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Cancelled due to Covid related low signups.Watch for Spring event offerings for Girl Scouts! Go back in time and live like an Oregon pioneer settler at the historic Dr. Snapp House. Built in 1886, this home is in a park next to the Coast Fork Willamette River. Pioneer dress-up clothes and bonnets are available or bring your own. Fun activities and authentic "chores" and crafts await you in this class where you can earn your Playing the Past badge in…Find out more »
EVENT CANCELLEd due to Covid. Please contact us to arrange a special private party for your group or class. Join us for an extra special and family-friendly Halloween party! We will make crafts, play games, meet our town "ghosts" and watch a spooky shadow puppet play. The cost is only $10 per child and you take home a bag of homemade fun. This is a plastic-free party with old-fashioned games and crafts: make a raffia witches broom, play halloween bingo for…Find out more »
Friday April 8th at 10am is the deadline for submissions to our Save the Earth children's poster art contest. Posters must be 22" x 28" and able to be hung on a wall with tape. They must be brought to Creslane Elementary School library on the morning of April 8th, with the required info on the back. We will have a professional photographer there to photograph them and we will return them to your school or you can pick them…Find out more »
Join us all day on Saturday April 23rd, 2022 to learn all about how to live sustainably!
Location will be the Armory building in Cottage Grove, Oregon.
Cost is FREE! Our Green Living Fair will include booths and workshops with freebies, raffles and giveaways! Workshops TBA Vendors are needed that have supplies and services in line with sustainable living.
Pioneer Scribe – Early Settlers Letter Writing Learn about early letter writing in Oregon history, including getting your very own handwritten letter from a child on the Oregon Trail! (These were written by SCEC, some based on true accounts.) We will read our letters to each other, discuss them, and write a short adventure story about the child in the letter. Then you can dress up in our pioneer costumes and give yourself a new pioneer name. Create and write…Find out more »