In the summer, we offer a variety of workshops for students, kids, grown-ups, and families! Summer workshops explore topics in art, photography, geology, and natural science, and include activities that range from hiking, biking, canoeing, and camping. Winter offerings include art classes and workshop series. Advanced registration is required for these workshops, and can be completed online. In many cases, scholarships may be available. Here’s what’s going on in Summer 2019:
Summer Workshops for Kids:
Summer brings camps and workshops for youth to the Center—everything from art day camps to overnight field trips. Click the link for each for details.
Click here for a flyer about these programs.
- June 7: Hiking into the “Sunlight” (kids 7–15)
- June 10–12: Picturing Nature (kids 11–15)
- June 19, 26, and/or July 3: Sensory Hikes (kids 4–5)
- June 20–21: Birds and Butterflies (kids 7–17)
- June 25: North Ford Rafting Adventure (kids 11–15)
- July 9–12: MuseSTEM Camp (kids 9–12)
- July 15–19: Colorful Creations (kids 6–9)
- July 15–19: Colorful Creations (kids 10–12)
- July 22, 24, 26: Little Aspiring Artists (kids 4–5)
- July 23–25: Butterfly Bonanza (kids 11–15)
- August 14: Who Dunnit? Crime Science Investigations (kids 11–15)
- August 20–21: Horsin’ Around (kids 8–10)
Our educational workshops and Family Fun Days are supported in part by a generous grant from the R. Harold Burton Foundation.
In addition to workshops, we have many other programs and activities going on. Visit the following pages to find out about other events, programs, exhibitions, and activities at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West.
You may also enjoy exploring these areas of our website: