September 13-May 8, 2020
Join us for our brand-new home school days, catered to learners 9-13 years old. All programs run 10AM-2PM (12 PM Picnic Lunch break -bring your own)
Please register at least one week prior to session.
Per Class Price: $10
4 Classes/Half Semester Price: $35
8 Classes/Full Semester Price: $65
4 Classes/Half Semester Price: -$5
8 Classes/Full Semester Price: -$10
- September 13th: Canoeing & Aquatic Ecology
Paddle through the last of summer, and learn all about the critters that call Holiday Lake home!
- October 11th: Climbing Wall & Ornithology
Get a bird's eye view! From the heights of the climbing wall to the nests in the under brush, this lessons all about birds.
- November 8th: Wilderness Surivival & Forest Ecology
What do the woods have in store for you? Learn some of the keys to wilderness surivial, and explore some of the largest state forest in Virginia!
- Decemeber 13th: Winter Craft & Winter Wildlife Ecology
It might be cold outside, but that doesn't mean it's boring! Warm up with a craft, then go outside for a peek at what happens in the woods when it's too chilly for people!
- February 14th : Herpetology & Meteorology
Get to know our reptiles and their wild cousins, and then explore why and how we get seasonal changes and the weather patterns that come with those changes.
- March 13th: Archery & Mammology
Lions and tigers and bears, oh my! What do they all have in common? Learn about all things mammailian before you take to the archery range!
- April 10th: Riflery & Water Chemistry
How do April showers affect our lake? Test the waters yourself! We'll also take a trip to our rifle range to learn proper gun safety and hone your shooting skills.
- May 8th: Challenge Course & End of Year Party
We made it! Come celebrate with a morning of fun and challenges on our low ropes course, and enjoy an end of year picnic with our new friends!
No refunds, unless canceled by the 4-H Center