SECOND SATURDAY

Every second Saturday of the month at 10 a.m.,

children ages 3-10 meet in the museum theatre for

a short introduction and video before beginning a

craft or project designed by our education

coordinator.  The Second Saturday programs

generally deal with something significant

pertaining to the city of Elko or an upcoming

national holiday.  History, science, art, and culture

are major themes behind the activities. 

FREE TO PUBLIC.  Please contact our education coordinator for information about the next

Second Saturay event.  775.738.3418 ext. 106

*No Second Saturday July 8, 2017.

The museum strives to serve as a foremost

resource center for local schools and community

members.  Schools from all over the county enjoy

free admission with programs built to enhance the

museum experience for children.  For more

information please contact our education

coordinator at education@museumelko.org

SCHOOL RESOURCES

List of programs currently available for school field

trips: 

American Indian baskets

American mastodon and fossils

Pioneer life

Gold Fever: Sponsored by local  gold mines

Newmont and Barrick and hosted by the

Northeastern Nevada Museum, this program

allows all fourth grade students in Elko County to learn about mining in a hands on

evnironment.  Occurs once a year in May.

EDUCATION

NOTE TO EDUCATORS:  Please be advised that a new field trip policy is now in effect.  All field

trips to the museum must be scheduled at least three weeks in advance.  As most field trips

are scheduled for the month of May, we ask all teachers to schedule their end of the school

year field trips by April 15, 2017.  Please have one adult chaperone for every six children.

The museum strives to serve as a foremost

resource center for local schools and

community members.  Schools from all

over the county enjoy free admission with

programs built to enhance the museum

experience for children.  For more

information please contact our education

coordinator at education@museumelko.org

SCHOOL RESOURCES

List of programs currently available for

school field trips: 

American Indian baskets

American mastodon and fossils

Pioneer life

Gold Fever: Sponsored by local  gold

mines Newmont and Barrick and

hosted by the Northeastern Nevada

Museum, this program allows all fourth

grade students in Elko County to learn

about mining in a hands on

evnironment.  Occurs once a year in

May.

EDUCATION

NOTE TO EDUCATORS:  Please be advised

that a new field trip policy is now in effect. 

All field trips to the museum must be

scheduled at least three weeks in advance. 

As most field trips are scheduled for the

month of May, we ask all teachers to

schedule their end of the school year field

trips by April 15, 2017.  Please have one

adult chaperone for every six children.

SECOND SATURDAY

Every second Saturday of the month at 10

a.m., children ages 3-10 meet in the

museum theatre for a short introduction

and video before beginning a craft or

project designed by our education

coordinator.  The Second Saturday

programs generally deal with something

significant pertaining to the city of Elko or

an upcoming national holiday.  History,

science, art, and culture are major themes

behind the activities. 

FREE TO PUBLIC.  Please contact our

education coordinator for information

about the next Second Saturay event. 

775.738.3418 ext. 106

 
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