Kid's Workshop: Essential Concepts of Wilderness Survival 1.0

Saturday, September 21, 2019 - 9:00am to 1:00pm

Location: 

  • Dickson Mounds, Lewistown

Event Audience: 

Child
Teen

Fee: 

Free, Donations Appreciated

Through hands-on experience, learn how to prepare for the wilderness and survive the forces of nature. This 2-day program will highlight the most critical concepts of wilderness survival. On September 21st, the program will focus on wilderness preparation, shelter building, water purification, and foraging. The September 22nd class will cover fire starting and natural land navigation.

This workshop is for kids ages 9-16 years old. Parent/adult guardians are welcomed. Participants are required to provide their own snacks, lunch, and water and must dress appropriately for outdoor conditions and hiking. Much of the program will be held in a wooded-setting. A small backpack to carry food and supplies is a must.

Registration is required by September 18th and space is limited. Participants will receive detailed information on the required supplies for the workshop. Participate in one or both programs. Topics are subject to change depending on weather conditions. Call the Museum at (309) 547-3721 to register or for more information.

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