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Social Distance Edutainment Walking Tours
April 19, 2020
An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until April 30, 2020
Got cabin fever? Want to learn about where you live? Need to get the young ‘uns educated?…distracted?…away from the glowing screen?
Kevin Coleman is
available for historical-natural edu-tainment walking tours…for numbers up to nine (because including me, we would make a group of ten).
We’ll stay outdoors, and I suggest bringing walking sticks or yardsticks to remind us to maintain social distance.
But with the kids out of school and being only semi-educated, I am offering local and natural education that is hard to come by: geology / biology / meteorology / botany / wild edibles / traditional skills / history / architecture / etc.
These will be free-form customizable tours up to an hour at a park of your choice, with the intent to add to your children’s knowledge and appreciation. One of my favorites is: “Ask me about any one thing you can see from this vantage point!”
Still and video cameras are welcome, as are audio recorders – especially if you need inspiration for home schooling.
I recommend Buzzard’s Roost (especially Hoggard Trail), Mound City or the Hopewell Works, Chillicothe’s Grandview Cemetery or Yoctangee Park, or the Paint Creek / Cox Memorial / Adena Recreational Trail.
$5 for anyone who listens and learns, but negotiable for larger families (up to 9!) and extra time.
I can usually be available at short notice at 740 / 775-4036 or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you can’t reach me and you MUST get out of the house ASAP, call or text 740 / 253-9845.