If your house is anything like ours I am sure the mud has been tracking in steadily for the last month or more!
Forts are being built, holes dug, the seeds of possibility that come with Spring are being sown. Whether your school year may be winding down or continuing on through the summer we wanted to make you are aware of a few possibilities for local science enrichment coming up including HIS, Inc’s first field trip of the year to the Idaho Cedar Sales mill in Troy, Idaho on Friday, May 24. This event is for 8 year olds and up and will consist of a tour of a working cedar mill, history of the site, and much much more. Read more and register for one of our two slots below. Don’t be deterred if you have younger children as we have made some helpful arrangements for you!
Cedar Mill Tour Slot 1: Friday, May 24, 12:00 -1:00 pm
Cedar Mill Tour Slot 2: Friday, May 24, 1:00-2:00 pm
Other Local Events
The Palouse Audubon Society is holding a program on Prairie Grouse in Lincoln County, WA this Wednesday May 15 at the 1912 Building in Moscow.
The Idaho Native Plant Society is holding their annual plant sale Saturday, May 18 at the 1912 Center in Moscow.
Lastly, folks from 4H have asked me to share with you an opportunity to host Japanese youth for a month this summer as part of the States 4H International Exchange Program. If this is something you are interested in please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will forward along a full description of the program to you.
See you soon! – Will