FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
BOB ROTATORI - 216-635-3263 -or-
KALI FENCL - 216-635-3284
Calling all kids who enjoy history! Cleveland Metroparks is offering another year of historical field trips, investigation and learning. History Hounds is designed for home-school educators who want to supplement their lessons. Each month, Cleveland Metroparks Historical Interpreter Foster Brown will teach or facilitate a lesson on a selected topic.
History Hounds is a yearlong program that requires monthly dedication and participation. It is geared toward children ages 8 - 12, however siblings are also welcome. All programs are on Tuesdays from 1 - 3 p.m. A one-time registration is required for the full year of field trips. Each participate will be responsible for museum entry fees and transportation to program sites.
Registration begins January 3, 9 a.m. Don't delay: History Hounds is limited to 30 children with their parents.
CanalWay Center - Ohio Presidents � January 29 (no charge)
James A Garfield National Historic Site � February 26 ($5 per person)
McKinley Museum � March 26 ($8 adult/$6 child)
Hayes Presidential Museum � April 30 ($5 per person)
Lakeview Cemetery (Cleveland) � May 28 (Donation)
Glendale Cemetery (Akron) � June 11 (Donation)
Riverside Cemetery (Cleveland) � July 30 (no charge)
National First Ladies' Museum (Canton) � August 27 ($7 adult/$5 child)
Biking on Kelley's Island � September 24 (Fee TBD)
Youngstown Historical Center of Industry & Labor � October 29 ($7 adult/$3 child)
Look About Lodge � November 12 (no charge)
For more information, call Historical Interpreter Foster Brown at 440-786-8530.
Be apart of history by becoming a History Hound with Cleveland Metroparks - part of your life, naturally!