Hands-On History Camp
August 3 at 9:00 am - August 7 at 12:00 pm
Discover history in your own backyard at this exciting new summer camp at the Moss! Young historians will explore one of the most historic buildings in Billings and engage their hands and brains while participating in fun, active STEAM projects. We’re diving into the early 1900’s to learn what it was like to build the city of Billings. Campers will plan a town, similar to P.B. Moss’s vision for Mossmain, and then build it out of cardboard. Afterwards they’ll delve into the history of the Olympics and organize a series of games to be played. These interactive experiences are designed to stimulate your camper’s curiosity, creativity and critical thinking skills – it’s hands-on history you won’t want to miss!
Monday: Introductions and Moss Exploration
Tuesday: Town Planning Activities – Mossmain
Wednesday: Cardboard Mossmain Construction
Thursday: Olympics History – Planning/Hosting at Mossmain
Friday: Olympics/Closing Ceremonies
All materials will be provided. Participants must be able to climb stairs, follow instructions, and work independently. Some activities will be outside, and some will be in rooms without air conditioning – please be sure to dress appropriately and to describe any sensitivities, allergies, and other considerations in the attached registration material. Supervision is not provided before or after the session times.
REGISTER HERE Download, print, and return a completed registration form with payment to reserve a spot at camp!