School’s Out, Museums are IN for Teens: How To Be An Amateur Naturalist
July 14 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pmFree
Our teen program, taking place in July and the first week of August, is perfect for your teen who enjoys one-of-a-kind, enriching experiences! Each program incorporates a historic subject and STEM principles, creating a well-rounded and unique lesson about different parts of our region’s history! The subjects will vary as the teen program rotates through each of our 5 museums. RSVP (using the form below) is encouraged to ensure there are enough supplies for all teen participants. Parents do not have to be present, but a signature on a sign-in and sign-out sheet will be required if the teen participant is dropped off.
How To Be An Amateur Naturalist
Collier Museum at Government Center | July 14 | 1 pm – 3 pm
Love the environment of Southwest Florida? Get up close and personal with the world around you with this exciting class! In How To Be An Amateur Naturalist you’ll learn the fundamentals of observing and studying the nature of our region. We’ll go over the basic skills, equipment, and rules of conduct for being a conscientious keeper and student of Florida’s nature.
Please reserve a spot for your participant.