Register online for classes or by calling the Museum at (970) 962-2410 or stopping by the front desk.

Students entering grades 2nd– 9th  can participate in this fun educational program that simulates the typical school day and activities of the late 19th century. The history and folkways of the high plains of Northern Colorado will be integrated into a lively school curriculum that features the “three Rs.” In addition, students will participate in old-time games and crafts.

All camps are held near Lone Tree School in North Lake Park (2750 N Taft Avenue, Loveland). Each session will run Monday – Friday, 9 – 11:30 AM. Each child may sign up for one session only. A waiver and emergency form must be completed before class. Students should bring a snack and water bottle each day.

Instructor: Teri Johnson

$75 per student per session ($60 Museum members)
Each session runs Monday – Friday, 9 am – 11:30 am
All classes are held near Lone Tree School in North Lake Park

For students entering grades 2 – 9

Session 1: June 21- June 25
Session 2: July 12 – July 16
Session 3: July 26 – July 30

Classroom Safety:

Masks are not required in indoor City spaces. Individuals over age 11 that are not fully vaccinated are encouraged to continue wearing masks in all public indoor spaces where members of different households are present. Physical distancing is still encouraged indoors whenever possible.

For the health and safety of our staff and students, we will continue to have the following in place for classes and workshops until further notice:

  • If you are sick, please do not attend class.
  • General participation waivers must be completed prior to first class.
  • Please bring your own water bottle.
  • No food is allowed in the classroom at this time.
  • Each student will have their own table workspace
  • Supply sharing will be limited


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Register online for classes or by calling the Museum at (970) 962-2410 or stopping by the front desk.