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Montana Mysteries: First Snow- Native American Stories and Story Telling in Connection to Montana’s Landscape, History and Current Events. (Ages 7-18)
From 9:30 am to 12:30 pm |
Montana Mysteries: Thursday, Nov. 17th, 9:30-12:30.
(Ages 7-18, younger students welcome with parental supervision)
Mini-session topic: Native American stories and story telling in connection to Montana’s landscape, history and current events.
*If you wish to take this class for high school transcript credit, you will be able to document hours in the natural sciences as well as the humanities, including history, sociology, geography, political science, literature, art history and music.
General Montana Mysteries Description: You never know what kinds of mysteries are waiting to be uncovered in this hands-on, fun and informative class. Uncover interesting facts, engage in discussions, listen to local legends, a few ghostly tales and in general, have lots of spooktacular fun! Every session is full of unique topics that appeal to a wide-range of ages and individual interests. You’ll be taken on a wild ride as you learn about Montana’s wild life- both human and animal, including mountain men, mountain lions, amazing insects and so much more. From ghost towns, gunslingers, gems and geology to dinosaurs, dragonflies and Dutch ovens, there’s something for all to enjoy. Get ready to dig right in and dredge up a bit of history as we journey both back in time and through the present, meeting crazy characters, engaging in cooking, crafts, creative writing, musical experiences and even fun math calculations. You’ll get a real taste of Montana history and culture through discussions that delve into the influences of exploration, mining, ranching and other settlement on tribal people and state expansion. Specific subjects will vary depending upon eNDVR’s current theme, the particular season and student interest.
This course counts toward high school transcript credit and during an eight week session will always include some study in the natural and social sciences, culinary and musical arts, literature, creative writing, math and general humanities.
1905 W Sussex Ave
Missoula, MT 59801 United States
- (406) 493-6886