Learn landscape photography directly from renowned artist, John Fielder! Find out how John creates his award-winning images and gain a deeper understanding of the visual aspects of nature.
The Dusty Boot is partnering with Walking Mountains Science Center once again to offer a “Nature Nights” series for residents of and visitors to the Vail Valley this summer.
Discover how the world works by playing with a variety of hands-on experiments and demonstrations presented by instructors from the John McConnell Math and Science Center.
Who done it? Use forensic science to solve a murder mystery! Is your child the next Gil Grissom? Let them become a crime scene investigator for an afternoon as Walking Mountains welcomes the Denver Museum of Nature and Science back to Avon to present a kids forensics lab. Dig into forensic science and analyze crime evidence such as blood
Did you know that Walking Mountains Science Center offers a preschool program each week? This is the perfect venue for Vail Valley moms and tykes to come on out and explore their curious nature! The EarthKeepers program allows children to practice using their senses while navigating the natural world and to have fun with others while participating in activities such as songs, stories and games. This a
Recently the Environmental Adventure Club explored how to survive in the wild during winter. The kids had a blast while learning important new skills. The club meets on the second Saturday of each month at Walking Mountains Science Center. It’s for kids in grades 1-5 and costs $25/person for each session. Take a look!
We are so excited to announce our new Environmental Adventure Club just for kids in grades 1-5! Meeting the second Saturday of each month, 10am to 4pm Your nature loving explorers will want to join the club to find wild areas throughout the valley where they can play and investigate what makes our Rocky Mountain environs such a cool place.
Fall 2013 introduces our inaugural event, Fright at the Museum on October 26th from 3-7pm at Walking Mountains Science Center in Avon! A fun filled community event offering activities to uncover mysteries and learn about creepy crawly critters after dark. The afternoon will offer “Wild Files” a program by Denver Museum of Nature and Science enticing families to solve wildlife
The Dusty Boot is partnering once again with Walking Mountains Science Center to offer Nature Night for residents of and visitors to the Vail Valley. The event, which will take place at the Dusty Boot in Eagle on Tuesday, August 13th 5-9 pm will offer something for everyone with food and drink specials, a Walking Mountains Science Center education station