“Ranger for a Day – Hokahe!” is back this summer at the Pipestone National Monument. Kids 7-12 years old are invited to come spend a day with park rangers, learn what “Hokahe” means, discover the park’s wildlife and learn how to protect it, learn about Indigenous languages and cultures, and more. From culture and history to science and geology, kids will gain a wealth of knowledge while having fun.
The final day camp is Saturday, July 17 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Please register your child. Kids should bring a sack lunch, sturdy shoes, a cloth face mask and clothes they don’t mind getting dirty.
This program is free and open to the public. Participants will be required to follow CDC guidelines.
Call to RSVP at 507-825-5464, ext. 214.
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