Exciting New Educational Programs
AT THE HISTORIC RANCHE AT FISH CREEK PROVINCIAL PARK
The Bow Valley Ranche Historical Society's historian, Rob Lennard, also known as The History Wrangler, shall be presenting 12 curriculum-based educational programs at The Historic Ranche for grades 4,5, and 7 students. The exciting programs will be offered 5 months a year; September, October, April, May and June and are available both mornings and afternoons.
The highly entertaining and interactive educational programs take place in the beautiful Artisan Gardens at the Historic Ranche, surrounded by 75 pieces of art, inspired by three cultural themes: First Nations history, family, and the natural environment. Note: In the event of rain or snow the programming shall take place next door in The Past is A Blast Pavilion.
Finally, the cost of the educational programming at the Historic Ranche is absolutely FREE to both students and schools. Furthermore, teachers can choose which four (4) of the 12 programs they would like their students to experience at the time of booking!