Learn some of the history of personal and scientific journals in the Ozarks and across the globe, from early explorers to present-day explorers and adventure seekers. In this hands-on class, you will learn some tips and tricks to help you on your journey into the art of journaling.
Hey, Ladies! Have you ever wanted to explore the great outdoors, but did not know where to begin? Come to Finger Lakes State Park for Women in Nature’s half-day experience to learn some new skills, taught by all female instructors. Registration is required.
The Onondaga Friends Association has partnered with the St. Louis Paranormal Research Society (PRS) to offer a limited number of paranormal ghost tours in Onondaga Cave. Reservations are required in advance.
CANCELLED: Archaeology in the Classroom: Workshop for Teachers, Interpreters and Museum Docents at the Missouri State Museum
Bring archaeology into your classroom! Explore how archaeologists investigate and interpret past cultures and peoples. Use archeological data for scientific inquiry and problem-solving activities in the classroom. Archaeology is a discipline that integrates readily with science, math, social studies and language arts curricula.
Step back in time to the 1830s at this historic French candlelight evening in the garden of Felix Vallé House State Historic Site.