CLASS DESCRIPTION Travel through time with the Tread of Pioneers Museum where you experience the history of Routt County through interactive programs and creativity. While learning about the lifeways and culture of the local American Indian tribe, the Utes, and the experiences of local pioneers who founded our county, you will learn and create with a wide variety of hands-on activities include weaving, beading, pottery, watercolor instruction, leather working and more. While having fun, learn more about the fascinating history of Routt County, the life of the people who have made their homes here, and gain an appreciation of their community. Campers need to be dropped off and picked up at the Tread of Pioneers Museum: 800 Oak St. (no class on Friday) TEACHER Youth Education Director at the Tread of Pioneers Museum, Jonelle Castleberry, moved to Routt County from the front range and has taught school for 30 years. She is excited to be working for the museum and partnering with Steamboat Creates this summer. She looks forward to using her educational background teaching local history to the youth of Routt County. She is an experienced and licensed educator who thrives on working directly with the teachers, students, and families in our community. CANCELATION POLICY Prior to June 1st, refunds can be given for Young at Art Summer Camps – minus a non-refundable, $35 administration fee. Requests must be made in writing. You may transfer your young artist to another Young at Art Summer Camp, with the same cost, if there is space available and the transfer request is made prior to June 1. Transfers can only be made to another camp within the same Summer Camp season. Steamboat Creates reserves the right to cancel or reschedule a Young at Art camp for any reason, including canceling a camp that does not meet minimum registration requirements or canceling a camp due to inclement weather. If SC cancels a camp, paid registrants will be given a full refund.
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