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Volunteer and stage coach at the Trails Center in Casper, Wyoming. Volunteers assist with the river crossing reenactment at the Trails Center in Casper, Wyoming. Volunteer at the Trails Center in Casper, Wyoming. The Inscription Wall in the Trails Center showcases exact replicas of emigrant names found along the trails. Volunteer with school children at the Trails Center in Casper, Wyoming.
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National Historic Trails Interpretive Center

History Club

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The National Historic Trails Interpretive Center hosts a History Club for 2nd to 5th graders on the third Saturday of every month. The club's mission is to connect students to their national heritage and national land resources. Lessons are both conventional (in the class room) and exploratory (on the land). Students who participate go beyond the book learning to develop practical life skills. Lessons range from cross-country skiing, building traps, re-enacting a mountain man's life, or studying the ecosystem of trees. History Club, which is free to participants, was run in fiscal year 2013 with a donation from the local Tonkin Foundation.

For information on enrolling your child today, contact Stacey Moore at 307-261-7780.

 Photo from 2013 History Club events.

Photo from 2012 History Club events.