Currently closed due to COVID-19. Normally, there are many opportunities to learn, create, grow and play at Raven Hill
Invite Raven Hill into your home. Activities and classes are available via Zoom, Skype and Facetime. Call Cheri at 231.675.6025 to schedule and date and time.
No physical classes and activities are available either onsite and at your site for:
- Schools (Preschool, Elementary, Middle, High School)
- Home School Groups of any level
- Scout Groups
- Clubs and Organizations
- Birthday Parties, Reunions, Weddings or other special events
- Any Other Groups or Organizations
- Professional Development
Kids from 4 to 14 can enjoy science, history, art and nature lovers day camps.
Schedule a time to expand your learning in science, history or art. Enjoy hands-on, connected and informal learning for all ages.
Luke Buck's watercolor workshops are designed for the novice beginner, intermediate, or the more advanced watercolor artist. Watch for his annual visit in June 2020.
Field trips at Raven Hill provide small group explorations of light, sound, motion, magnets & music in the hands-on museum; a chance to learn about and hold or pet exotic animals, including snakes & lizards; and time to discover the outdoor exhibits on the main campus and in the Ancient World.
Raven Hill travels to schools, libraries, camps, birthday parties or other locations with Animals To Go and Museum To Go. Other programs available as outreach too!
Raven Hill hosts NASA workshops for educators and provides other opportunities for professional development for teachers and scout leaders.
Raven Hill offers graduate level classes for teachers. Sign up for winter weekends or summer weekday classes. Art Across the Ages connects the science and history to art. SAIL (Students Actively Investigating Links) Through Science offers science teachers a chance to create hands-on science activites that connect with history and art.