Fri, Jun 09|
Learn about airplane designs or be a survivor in early Alberta using your newly acquired prairie skills. Join us at the Reynolds Museum! For students in grades K-6+.
Time & Location
Jun 09, 10:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Wetaskiwin, 6426 40 Ave, Wetaskiwin, AB T9A 1W8, Canada
About the event
Please arrive at 10:30am, we will begin the visit with a welcome orientation starting at 11:00am. After that, students will join either the Kites and Crashes program, or Pioneer Skills program.
Kites and Crashes will look at airplane designs and each student will build a kite to take home. This program is better for older students in the grade 4+ range as they will need help tying knots.
Pioneer skills is better suited for younger grades, but is open to all students. Students will learn how to make rope, butter and make a pioneer toy to take home.
For more information, you can go to the Reynolds Museum website here:
There will be a break for lunch, please bring a bagged lunch with you. After lunch, there will be time in the gallery until about 2:00pm.
Kites & Crashes Admission$8.00+$0.20 service fee
Pioneer Skills Admission$6.00+$0.15 service fee