Ever wanted to visit the historic buildings at Boardwalk Park? Now you can! Guided and Self-Guided tours of the Boardwalk Park Museum and the Art & Heritage Center are available. Programs on site for all ages are available throughout the year. For more information on educational programming at the museum, or to schedule your group’s tour today, contact our Museum Educator, Melanie Fleming at 970-674-3231, or email@example.com. Plan your historic adventure today!
The Boardwalk Park Museum offers travelling trunk programs which give local educators the ability to utilize museum programming in their own classroom. Each trunk contains hands-on artifacts, primary source documents, and lesson plans that provide object-based learning that follows Colorado Core Standards. The trunks can be rented for two-week periods, allowing teachers to move at their own pace. Museum Educators can also do an in-school program using the trunk objects.
The Boardwalk Park Museum has two trunks available for rent:
2nd Grade Trunk- Building the Windsor Community
This trunk allows students to investigate how Northern Colorado developed as a community through the lens of Windsor’s Germans from Russia immigrants. By the end of the 2nd Grade Trunk’s lessons, students will be able to identify how individuals help build a community up over time.
4th Grade Trunk- Moving to Windsor
Gain a broader understanding of the experiences of individuals who immigrated to Windsor. Explore how a person’s age, gender, employment, or socioeconomic standing drastically altered how they interacted with the town.
For more information about Traveling Trunks or In-School Programs, please contact the Boardwalk Park Museum Educator at firstname.lastname@example.org