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Upcoming Events

Virtual Summer Camp-Native People of Lake County

Virtual Summer Camp-Native People of Lake County

Monday, June 28 - Friday, July 02

10 AM - 11:15 AM

Location:

Online

Ages 8-10

Registration is closed.

Important: Registration closed at 12:00 AM one week before the camp's start date to ensure timely delivery of camp materials to registered participants.

Email AskAnEducator@LCFPD.org with questions or concerns about this program.

Details

Summer Camp: Animal Attire
Discover how the first inhabitants of Lake County survived and thrived. Then, dive deeper into what daily life was like for the Potawatomi during the 18th and 19th centuries. Throughout the week, campers will explore artifacts, and learn virtually about food, clothing and shelter through engaging instruction with a Museum educator. Additional resources for crafts, games, and activities will be sent home.

This camp is for children ages 8-10 by the first day of camp.

We are unable to make age exceptions because activities are geared to cognitive, emotional and physical abilities for this camp's specific age range.

 

Registrants can pick up their camp kit from the General Offices front desk starting June 22 and through the week of camp. 

Email AskAnEducator@LCFPD.org with questions or concerns the day of a program.

Screenshots, recordings, and other images may be periodically taken of participants in Forest Preserve District programs and activities. All persons registering for Forest Preserve District programs and activities thereby agree, for themselves and the minors that they register, that any such image may be used by the District for promotional, educational, and other purposes, including for its website, promotional videos, brochures, fliers and other publications, without additional, prior notice or permission and without compensation to the participant.

 

Instructors:

Nicole Stocker

Sarah Salto