Learn about the anatomy and ecological importance of Long Island’s local “shellfish” including snails, clams, mussels, oysters, and scallops. Study the major details of the shells with this hands-on activity, and learn to identify them using scientific field guides. Each participant will design and create an artistic display board to take home that serves as both a reference and beautiful piece of art.
Discover the magic of printmaking! In this playful workshop we’ll create printing plates from foam and cardboard using collage methods to create beautiful hand-pulled prints! If time, participants will get to work collaboratively on a small portable press. Dress in old clothes or a bring a smock.
THIS IS A SPECIAL THURSDAY CLASS
Learn about beekeeping and spinning honey from the hive and comb with local bee keeper Chris Kelly.
Create your own designs to paint on seashells found at local beaches.
All are welcome to the Annual Southold Police Kid's Fun*Fest. Chief Flatley, his officers and their equipment will be in Mitchell Park to meet and greet all visitors and show off some of the cool police gear. Fingerprinting (for fun), ATVs, police cars, vans, the mobile command center, motorcylcles, bikes,and perhaps a boat or two will be available to climb into, investigate, and maybe even catch a ride.
Learn how to do double dutch jump roping from a Two-time Double Dutch Champion
Ice cream is more than a sweet indulgence – it has nutritional value and an interesting history. During this workshop, students will learn to make ice cream the old fashioned way – by hand cranking! They will also sample the fruits of their labor.
Before Smart Phones and Tablets were our main source of communication there were HAM Radio Operators, and when the power grid goes down, like in a storm, we still use them to contact people all over the world. We will learn from local HAM operator Don Fisher how it's done.
This program will introduce your students to live owls as they learn about their hunting abilities, habitats, and lifestyles. Food chains and diet will be discussed, and then students will have the opportunity to spend time dissecting pellets, and then piece together the bones to recreate the prey animal that their owl consumed.
A completed consent form is REQUIRED to attend any class provided by The Paul Drum Life Experience Project. Please complete the form below, and bring it to the class your child is registered in. Please print this form, fill it out and email it or bring it to the first class your child is registered in. Only one form per child per year is required.