Summer 2017

Drop-In Museum Adventures for Kids

Looking for a once-a-week activity for your elementary-aged kiddos to do this summer? Drop them off at the Museum for a few hours for a supervised Museum Adventure. Each week, we will explore a new topic and complete fun and exciting projects.

Ages 6 – 11
Thursdays, June 15 – August 10
10 am – 1:30 pm (please bring a lunch)

$16 ($12 Museum Members) advance registration
$20 ($16 Museum members) day of class **Limited to 10 students
Register early. Call (970) 962-2410.

Click here to register online 

  • Garden Creatures – June 15 – FULL (call to be put on the waitlist)
    We will sculpt creepy, crawly, colorful little creatures who can live in your indoor or summer garden. Before we make our magical creatures, we will explore the history of the Garden Gnome and find some sneaky gnomes hiding in the Museum. Instructor: Diane Ramsey
  • Art Around the World – June 22 – FULL (call to be put on the waitlist)
    Let’s take a quick trip around the world with a variety of art projects inspired by far-off countries! Take a world tour that will be a magical summer vacation without leaving the classroom! Instructor: Katie Fowers 
  • Garden Flags – June 29
    Make your own self-inspired flags that will enhance any type of summer garden.
    Instructor: Elizabeth Morisette
  • Garden Inspirations – July 6 – FULL (call to be put on the waitlist)
    We will walk to a local flower garden to create colorful and bold sketches of summer flowers in bloom. Bring a water bottle to quench your thirst!  Instructor: Diane Ramsey 
  • Famous Artists – July 13 – FULL (call to be put on the waitlist)
    We will look at the works of Van Gogh, Monet, Picasso, and other famous artists around the world. Then, we will be inspired to create our own masterful artwork. Instructor: Katie Fowers
  • Paper Bead Necklaces – July 20 – FULL (call to be put on the waitlist)
    By rolling paper, we can make unique and colorful handmade beads. Learn this fun technique, and make your own fabulous jewelry with your finished beads. Instructor: Elizabeth Morisette
  • Poppies – July 27 – FULL (call to be put on the waitlist)
    With paper, we will assemble bold and beautiful bouquets of poppies. If time allows, we will turn our flowers into beautiful watercolor art.  Instructor: Diane Ramsey 
  • Felted Portraits – August 3
    By using wool roving, hot water, soap, needles, and wool thread, we will make unique and beautiful portraits.
    Instructor: Elizabeth Morisette
  • Color Explosion – August 10
    After exploring the use of color in the Museum’s art exhibits, we will consider how colors can make us feel a certain way, represent things in the world, and have significance in different cultures. A variety of projects will inspire us to think about color in many ways.
    Instructor: Katie Fowers

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Frontier Kids Productions Camp

The Loveland Museum is full of stories…help us share these stories with the community by choosing the ones that interest you the most and creating mini-movies about them! Frontier Kids Productions: Got History? is a fun way for pre-teens and teens to write, create, act, and film history videos to be used in the Museum’s history galleries. Students will research history, write their own scripts, help film, create sets, and develop costumes. The final edited videos will be posted online or in the Museum’s interactive exhibits.

Tuesday – Friday, June 13 – 16, 10 am – 3 pm
$75 per student ($60 Museum members) – pre-registration required!
(bring a lunch each day)
For ages 11 – 15

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Lone Tree Summer School Mini-Camps

2017 SESSIONS

Session 1: June 19 – 23
Session 2: July 10 – 14
Session 3: July 17 – 21

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

For students entering grades 2 – 9

Students will participate in this fun educational program which 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. Each session will be limited to 25 students. A completed registration form and payment are required to register for a class. No phone or online reservations will be taken. Each child may sign up for one session only.

Instructor: Teri Johnson

PLEASE COMPLETE THE FORM BELOW AND RETURN TO THE MUSEUM. PHONE-IN REGISTRATIONS ARE NOT ALLOWED FOR THIS PROGRAM.

Lone Tree Registration 2017