Pioneer Camp: Canceled 2020 Due to COVID-19
Young people participating in “Pioneer Camp” come away with a deeper understanding of our past….AND have FUN in the process of hands-on learning!
A few of our sponsors in the past have been ExxonMobil, Wal-mart, Inc., Borden, Inc., H-E-B, Inc., Kroger and many of our board members who volunteer their time, money and talents.
Pioneer Camp activities that we are preparing are butter churnin’ facepaintin’, grindin’ and corn shellin’, an indian artifacts demonstration (includin’ arrowheads), sawin’ logs, washin’ clothes on an old wringer washing machine, observin’ a beekeeper, and so much more!
These five days are filled with information, activities, reenactments, projects, games, special guests and snacks all relating to the way pioneers lived, worked and played together.
Callin’ All Kids!
What: Pioneer Camp
Who: Kids ages 8-11
When: July 2020,
Choose One Session:
Week 1 Session: July 6-10
Week 2 Session: July 13-17
Week 3 Session: July 20-24
Where: The Heritage Museum
1506 I-45 North Feeder (Inside Candy Cane Park) Conroe, TX 77301
Registration: May 7, 2020 beginning at 9:30 am - First Come, First Served!
Cost: $40 per child - Snacks provided*
Camp T-Shirts available for an additional $12
*Snacks will be provided for each session provided your child doesn’t have allergies to food or drink. In that case, the parent will be responsible for bringing a snack and drink for their child each day.
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- In Memoriam: Toby Powell and the Gathering of the NationsThu, Nov 12Conroe Tower, 6th FloorNov 12, 2020, 5:30 PM – 7:50 PMConroe Tower, 6th Floor, 300 W Davis St, Conroe, TX 77301, USAEvent to Honor Mayor Toby Powell and his support of the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe of Texas, during Native American Heritage Month with Special Guests Dr. Monika Ponton-Arrington, Taino, of the United Nations Indigenous Council and Fulton Arrington, Cherokee, Historian, and Columnist.
Students who participate enjoy hands-on
activities such as:
Bow and Arrow Demonstrations
Shucking, Grinding and Shelling corn
Washing clothes on Rub-boards
Cutting logs with a Two-man Saw
Playing Pioneer Games
The History of Planting Seeds