EcoClub

Think Globally, Act Locally

EcoClub provides a opportunity for students and teens who are interested in the environment to meet and share ideas and interests on how to positively impact the planet. We will meet live animals, talk conservation, and develop projects to help our community and our world!

General Information:

Time: 5:15-6:15pm on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month

Location: Gary Clarke Education Center, enter through the staff parking

Cost: $75/child for entire school year (Cost includes a t-shirt)*

Age: Grades 5-12

Contact Information: 785-368-9137 or RRost@Topeka.org

The dates for EcoClub are as follows:

–          September 12

–          September 26 (This meeting will be a monarch butterfly class at the Kansas Museum of History)

–          October 10

–          October 24

–          November 14

–          November 28

–          December 12

–           January 9

–           January 23

–           February 13

–           February 27

–           March 13

–           March 27

–           April 10

–           April 21* Earth Day at the Zoo

–           April 24

EcoClub will also have 3 extra optional trips during the year that the students and their families can participate in. We are thinking of doing one in the fall, spring, and summer. They may be something like scheduling a float trip on a Saturday in the summer or a beach cleanup on a Saturday during the spring. The zoo will not be hosting these events nor will we be paying for them, but our education staff will be there so it will be a great time to come together as a club for other fun, conservation-oriented activities. Information on the fall trip will be updated soon.

Parents do not need to stay for the meetings, as you can simply drop your child off at 5:15 and pick them up at 6:15. Please R.S.V.P. before attending. You may join at any time during the year.

Please do not hesitate to contact the Education Department with any questions!

Updated 08/11/2017

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