Beaverton Civic Theatre is excited to announce time travel opportunities for youth ages 8 - 14 who are invited to join the Just In Time! Detective Agency as Time Travel Detective Recruits and journey to Greece, China, Europe, the Aztec Empire. Try and recreate the ancient Olympic Oath, protect animals in the Arctic Circle, design the Hanging Gardens of the future -- and so much more! 1.5-hour interactive Zoom workshops featuring breakout rooms for small group instruction Individual classes $15, Entire series $100 Detailed itineraries below - please register online or email info@beavertoncivictheatre for more information.
The Greatest Sports Competition April 3rd Travel to Ancient Greece for the Olympics and explore the mythology and history of the world's greatest sports competition.
Healthy Inside and Out April 10th Travel through Ancient Egypt, China and Japan to see how both men and women used make-up in their lives. On the way back to the future, get advice from famous athletes throughout history. Create a healthy and stress-free future.
Animal Heroes and Habitats April 17th Travel to the Middle Ages, where people kept dogs, cats, birds, monkey and many other kinds of animals as pets. Stop to see animal heroes, habitats and training on the way back to the present.
The Arctic Circle with Animal Assistance April 24th Travel to the Arctic Circle and learn how people fought to protect it. See how the habitat has changed through time and create its future. Along the way, meet assistance animals and create a place for them in the future, too!
Trees and Plants May 1st Travel to Ancient Europe to see the Celts and hear the story of the Tree of Life. Visit Ancient Greece to meet with Aristotle and learn how plants can be used to heal. Experience the United States' Big Burn Wildfire of 1910, and Hawaii's first Lei Day on May 1, 1928.
Gardens and Tree Houses May 8th Travel to the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Visit the Aztec Empire gardening traditions. Experience the history of roses in ancient China and Rome. Theophrastus in ancient Greece teaches botany. Tree houses have been shelters for more than 40,000 years after visiting the past, design the tree house of the future.
The National Parks May 15th Travel to the beginning of National Parks in the United States, on August 25, 1916. Experience the 1960s, when hiking, camping and backpacking became popular. Witness the beginning of the Leave No Trace education program to protect our natural areas. Prepare for your future adventure with meals and camp set up that Leaves No Trace.
Drought! May 22nd Travel through Ancient Africa, Ancient Egypt, the Mayan empire, China and the United States to experience five of the worst droughts in history. Journey to Ancient Rome, London and the United States to witness water contamination. Take action to have clean water in the future.
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