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Lindenwood Field Trips & Outings

Lindenwood Field Trips & Outings
May 1-October 31
600 Lindenwood Ave.Nature has so much to teach us and there’s no better way to learn than to experience it first- hand. Lindenwood Nature Preserve offers a variety of environmental education field trip opportunities varying from one to two hour programs. For a complete list of programs, please visit Lindenwood’s page at fortwayneparks.org. Field trip fees are $2/participant/hour with a minimum fee of $20/$40 for 1-hour / 2-hour programs, respectively. Teachers, care givers and adult chaperones are free-of-charge. Reservations must be made at least two weeks in advance by calling Eden at 427-6008 or eden. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Check out the Field Trip brochure and/or the Lindenwood Nature Preserve Program Guide for additional information about Field Trips!


2ForU Study Trips

Thank you for your interest in the 2ForU program!  2ForU is an easy way for teachers to schedule two great sites for one day!  Fill out one easy form to request your Study Trips. Your selected venues will work together to finalize the details and then contact you to confirm.

2ForU Participating Venues


Click here to see the 2ForU program offerings for all the participating venues.
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Lindenwood Field Trip Offerings:

 
Visit Length 1-2 Hours
Max # of Students 30
Grades K-8
Prices represent a discount for 2ForU No
Standard's Aligned Programming Yes
Cost / Student $2/hour
Cost / Adults Free
Cost / Teachers Free
Lunch Spot Yes
Transportation? No




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Field Trips on the Farm

May 1-31 and August 5- September 9
Salomon Farm Park, 817 W. Dupont Rd.

Farm tours are available at Salomon farm in 1-2 hour increments. Typically a farm tour will feature lots of hands on time with our animal friends and also highlight composting, gardening  and  farm  life back in the old days. A wagon ride is available upon request for farm tours of 1 ½ hours or more. All ages welcome! Field trip scheduling is subject to availability and reservations must be made at least two weeks in advance. Please contact dalton.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call Salomon Farm at 427-6790 with questions or to schedule your visit. Field trip cost is $3/participant/hour. Teach- ers, care givers, and adult chaperones are free. A minimum fee of $30/hour applies to all groups. We can accommodate up to 30 students per tour and 1:10 chaperone: student ratio is recommended.


Additional Information on Field Trips

Salomon Farm Park Field & Tour Description
Reference for Teachers-Getting the Most out of Your Farm Trip


2ForU Study Trips

Thank you for your interest in the 2ForU program!  2ForU is an easy way for teachers to schedule two great sites for one day!  Fill out one easy form to request your Study Trips. Your selected venues will work together to finalize the details and then contact you to confirm.


2ForU Participating Venues


Click here to see the 2ForU program offerings for all the participating venues.
Ready to sign up and/or learn more? 2FORU Registration
 

Salomon Farm Field Trip Offerings:

 
Visit Length 1-2 Hours
Max # of Students 30
Grades K-8
Prices represent a discount for 2ForU No
Standard's Aligned Programming Yes
Cost / Student $3/hour
Cost / Adults Free
Cost / Teachers Free
Lunch Spot Yes
Transportation? No



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Welcome to Klub Kreager Fitness!  If you are interested in participating in future programs, please let us know your preferences by taking the Fitness Survey. 


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August 1, 2018

For Immediate Release

Contact:          Kathy Pargmann (260-427-6004)

                        Manager Lead - Marketing

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What’s Happening at the Botanical Conservatory

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“Art of the Garden: Daniel Dienelt at the Conservatory”

July 14-November 11                           

While some gardens feature art, this garden is its own work of art. “Art of the Garden” blurs the line between landscape and fine art, interpreting natural features – forest, mountain, and lake – in a human-made aesthetic experience. The exhibit is designed to evoke surprise, intrigue, and moments of reflection in the visitor. Constructed using natural materials and innovative fabrication, the exhibit mimics, but does not copy, nature. A reflecting pond, a grove of trees, and colorful, textured plantings are complemented by contemporary art works including mural paintings, a multi-media artifact wall, and the sculptural representation of a mountain. Experience this collaborative art and garden installation created by local artist Daniel Dienelt and landscape designer Chad Shaw. Sponsored by WAJI Majic 95.1, Fort Wayne CW, the M.E. Raker Foundation, Ian and Mimi Rolland Foundation, Wilson Foundation, and English Bonter Mitchell Foundation.

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