Educational Workshops for Kids

Join us every Wednesday in June and July for our Summer Series for Kids! These specialized workshops are designed for children between the ages of 5 - 12 and offer entertaining, interactive, and educational experiences about the subjects of art and nature. These programs are free to members or can be paid for through general park admission.

 

Most classes have a cap of 30 students, so please call ahead to check workshop availability or spot reservation. Special accommodations can be made for Field Trip Bookings. For more information, please call (513) 868-8336

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Summer Series 2020 Line Up

June 3rd, 2020 | An American Indian Trail

Learn what life was like for Native Americans by exploring a miniature village, using replicated tools, and playing customary games! See and touch authentic Native American artifacts, many of which have been found in the park and surrounding areas. What an exciting adventure to be a part of! The classes will be presented by Greg Harrison. 

This workshop has a cap of 30 students.

June 10th, 2020 | Rubber Band Relief 

This workshop centers around creating works of art! Get an introduction into the exciting world of relief printmaking! Students will use rubber bands stretched around a relief plate to create a stamp to ink and print an endless combination of creations. Be inspired by the nature and wildlife that call the park home or create a design of your very own! All avenues are open during this hands-on workshop. Presented by Billy Simms.

This workshop has a cap of 30 students.

June 17th, 2020 | Chicka Chicka Boom Boom

What do pickle buckets, auto parts, Italian terminology, fruit salad, density, listening skills and tin cans have in common? They are all essential elements for Chicka Chicka Boom Boom! Stan Ginn weaves these elements together in part with the process of teaching young groups how to play poly-rhythmic musical compositions through the use of ordinary objects! Presented by Stan Ginn

This workshop has a cap of 50 students.

 

June 24th, 2020 | Pollinator Partners

In this workshop, students will learn about pollination and our pollinating partners like bees, birds, and bats! Find out how to protect our pollinators and finish the workshop by making a wonderful pollination themed craft! Presented by the Butler Soil and Water Conservation District.

This workshop has a cap of 30 students.

July 1st, 2020 | Cool Critters

This hands-on workshop will give attendees the chance to interact with amazing wildlife like lizards, birds, opossums, and much more! Learn what animals are great at being a lovable companions and which animals do not. Students will also learn the importance that wildlife has to the environment. Presented by Cool Critters Outreach.

This workshop has a cap of 50 students.

July 8th, 2020 | Seeds - Here We GROW!

During this workshop, you will get a hands-on experience investigating how seeds germinate and grow! We will explore seeds and the factors that promote germination, how roots and stems develop and help plant growth, as well as pollination and how plants produce seeds. Presented by the Butler County Master Gardeners.

This workshop has a cap of 30 students.

July 15th, 2020 | An American Indian Trail

Learn what life was like for Native Americans by exploring a miniature village, using replicated tools, and playing customary games! See and touch authentic Native American artifacts, many of which have been found in the park and surrounding areas. What an exciting adventure to be a part of! The classes will be presented by Greg Harrison.

This workshop has a cap of 30 students.

July 22nd, 2020 | Wonderful Worms

Learn about the wonderful worm - soil's best friend! During this workshop, we will find out what makes a worm, what a worm likes to eat, and their role replenishing soil nutrients! When we are all full of knowledge abut worms, we will complete the workshop with making a fun worm themed craft!. Presented by the Butler Soil and Water Conversation District. 

This workshop has a cap of 30 students.

July 29th, 2020 | Sculpture Magic

This workshop is centered around the creation of art! With the use of model magic you can create a sculpture of your own! Become inspired by the park around you - the nature and wildlife, recreate your favorite Pyramid Hill sculpture, or create something entirely new that is all your own. The possibilities are endless during this hands-on workshop. Presented by Sarah Rodriguez. 

This workshop has a cap of 30 students.

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Hamilton, Ohio

1763 Hamilton Cleves Rd., Hamilton, OH 45013

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