Friday WREN starts October 2 and runs to November 16. To participate in Friday WREN, applications must be turned in by 5pm on September 25.
Friday WREN is a Friday Science Adventure Program for 5-8th graders. Learn more about Friday WREN.
Paper Registration forms and fall 2015 brochure and scholarship forms are available. Tuition is $20 to each student per day. A $20 non-refundable deposit is due with registration and the remaining balance is due Friday, October 2. There is no refund for cancellations after Friday WREN begins on October 2.
Applications will be processed after the application deadline and based on the quality of application. Enrollment is limited to 20 students per session. In order to be considered, we must receive your application by September 25. Completed materials will be promptly reviewed, and you will be notified of your status.
For more information, contact Amy Busch.
Fall 2015 Friday WREN Class Schedule
October 2 Climb the Mountains Get ready to climb. We will kick off the season hiking into the alpine and exploring the mountains.
October 9 Nature is Your Medium Explore how to create art outside using tools all around you. Let your creative juices flow and use the outdoors to inspire you.
October 16 Animal Studies Ever wonder what wildlife biologist do? Come meet a local biologist and participate in their daily work.
October 23 Wilderness Medicine Want to know what to do if your friend got hurt far away from town? Come learn first aid and decision-making skills.
October 30 Fun With Flora We are going to learn which plant is which, learn how to press plants, discover how to use wild plants, and much, much more! Come discover your local flora.
November 6 Primitive WeaponsEver wanted to build a bow and arrow? Then join us as we build our own primitive weapons from natural materials.
November 13 Stories of the Night Sky* *A special night time WREN, 4-9pm. Did you know the stars create dragons, people, animals and more? Come learn how to identify these and hear ancient stories on how these creatures came to be.