After school is the perfect time to get outside. At the Audubon Center, kids can climb trees, catch bugs, look for animal tracks, build forts, and learn about the natural world, all with the guidance of our experienced teacher-naturalists. Each session includes plenty of play time and a good dash of learning about nature. Ages K-6. 10% member discount. Winter and Spring session registration here.
Fall Session: September 5th through December 19th (13 weeks). $130/child.
Winter Session: January 9th – March 27th (12 weeks). $125/child.
Spring Session: April 3rd – May 29th (9 weeks). $95/child.
Winter/Spring Discount: Register for both sessions (21 weeks total) and save $15 off the total.
When kids are out of school during the workweek, send them to the Audubon Center! All-day day camps provide plenty of fun and learning in an outdoor environment. Ages K-6, $60/camper. Back-to-back camp days (Th-F or F-M) are themed together but do not require students to register for both/all days. Registration here.
October 18-19 (Th-F): Watershed Wonders
February 8 and 11 (F-M): Survival Camp
April 8 (Monday): Mad Science
April 18, 19, and 22 (Th-F-M): Fishing and Fort Building
May 3 (Friday): Avian Antics
The Montana Audubon Center is excited to offer a special holiday season Discovery Day Camp: Winter Survival. This camp will be held on Thursday, December 27th, and Friday, December 28th from 7:45am – 4pm, providing plenty of fun and learning in an outdoor environment. Camps are for children in K-6 grades, and the fee is $75/camper. Back-to-back camp days (Th-F) are themed together but do not require students to register for both days. This camp will be capped at 12 children on a first come, first serve basis. You will receive a confirmation email regarding your registration. 10% discount for members.
We will focus on how animals and humans survive during the winter with plenty of outdoor play time. Activities include: animal tracking, observing and exploring pelts/skulls, fort building, and hopefully a lot of sledding. Register here.
Inquiry-based, interdisciplinary, student-centered science and nature exploration. Separate programs available for ages 6-12 and ages 13-16. Click here for current schedule. With program questions, please contact Hannah at 294-5099 or [email protected]
LINKS is a unique program that pairs elementary-age kids in community after-school programs with high-school volunteer mentors who have been trained in outdoor education, team-building, and mentorship skills. We accept applications from high school students to participate in either our fall or spring sessions. Check here for the application link.