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Join us for a behind the scenes tour of the Coca Cola Factory! There is a strict minimum age requirement of 8 to attend this field trip and parents must sign a waiver. Please arrive 15 minutes early to allow for parking, check in and waiver collection.
We'll select five adults to be chaperons during the field trip. It lasts about 90 minutes.
Max 30 students and 5 adults
Your check-in time is 9:45.
The tour boards for 10:15, departs at 10:30,
and returns for 11:45.
We have a minimum of 20 kids and 6 adults.
Animal food is not included in your ticket price. If you haven’t included food to feed the animals, here are your options:
There is a limited amount of time allotted to board your group. Please be sure you are here 15 minutes before your check-in time to secure your tour. Groups that arrive after check-in time will not be able to tour. Reservations are made for multiple groups , therefore we cannot hold tours for groups that arrive after check-in. Reservations and/or payments do not guarantee your tour. Refunds are not issued to groups that arrive after check-in time. Once the wagons have departed, there is no way to bring latecomers out, for safety reasons. Please stress this to your parents traveling separately.
Animal FEED OPTIONS
Helpful hint: majority of the visitors do feed more than one feed cup per tour. We also offer feed in bulk:
Souvenir Cup (32 oz.)= $2 each
Family Bucket (20 cups)=$30 each
Sack (50 cups) = $62 each
Bin (75) cups) = $75 each
(Extra feed can be purchased the day of tour . Prepare to arrive 15-20 minutes to do so)
Calling all teens! Join us for a movie night. In addition to the movie, you'll enjoy pizza, popcorn, dessert, drinks and hanging out with friends.
Movies will be selected by attendees by 6:15 and we'll start the movie at 7pm.
Join us for a tour of the Municipal Fire Training Academy! Visit their website for an idea of what to expect!
The Delgado Fire Training Facility / Municipal Training Academy is located at 13400 Old Gentilly Rd next door to NASA. We'll caravan in the parking lot and to park on the side. A lot of fire trucks will be coming out and we don't want to get blocked in.
Much of the visit is outside so maybe you can wear caps or even wear an umbrella if needed.
We are limited to 30 children and 10 parents!
Concessions will be sold.
Join us the first Friday of the month at Joe Brown Park for our outdoor series!
September (Canoeing), October (Hiking), November (Survival Skills), December (Archery), February (Geocaching), March (Fishing), April (Hiking, with hiking featuring a new location and activities) and May (Archery).
In October 2018, The National WWII Museum, Commemorative Air Force, and Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation will host their fifth annual historic WWII aircraft show at New Orleans Lakefront Airport, honoring the legacy of the WWII generation and highlighting the mighty machines that contributed to Allied victory on air, sea, and land.
Would you like your tween/teen daughter to learn more about cycle awareness? If you have any questions about scheduling, contact us, about the course, contact Kelly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us for an exciting morning of
glassblowing! Once again, Solange will lead
our kids in this fun activity! Once you arrive
you'll complete a waiver and create their art
in the order in which they arrive. There's a
large yard to play in while waiting. We receive
a special rate of $10 per ornament, which
make a great keepsake or gift! We're posting
a separate sign up for teens later that
Join us for an exciting morning of glassblowing! Once again, Solange will lead our teens in this fun activity! Once you arrive you'll complete a waiver and create their art in the order in which they arrive. There's a large yard to play in while waiting. We receive a special rate of $15/$20 per item, Teens will select from a pumpkin or a snowman, which make a great keepsake or gift! This timeslot is only for teens!
Calling all artists and adventurers!
Ages 6-12 (firm)
The Hoot-n-Holler Inn is an artist-run workspace and event venue with a focus on providing a unique type of arts education for young people in New Orleans. It’s the only place in the city where you can crawl through a cardboard maze and construct elaborate cardboard sculptures.
Our 2-hour art adventure experience will include a silly warm-up, crawling the cardboard tunnels with optional scavenger hunt, and an art activity—cardboard sculptures for the older kids, and the option of something else for the younger ones.
We need a minimum of 15 children and there's a max of 20 children.
This class features: (1) table setting and manners lesson; (2) pancake breakfast; and (3) turtle viewing and feeding.
“Breakfast at Brennan’s…and Manners too!” is administered by Brennan’s management team and is open to Kindergarten and First Grade classes from all Greater New Orleans Area.
We have space for 20 children and 8 chaperones.
Join the LPO as we review our numbers with The Orchestra Counts! Early Explorers target pre-K3 through 1st grade students.
The Early Explorers Program begins with interactive “Meet-the-Musician” stations and ends with a 25-minute concert with the full orchestra!
Tickets are $6.50 each. We have space for 15 children and 10 adults.
Our Dozing with Dolphins program is one of a kind overnight camp full of education and fun! It was designed by an Eagle Scout with younger scouts in mind, this program is perfect for any scout group as well as any group!
Your adventure begins with an introduction to our IMMS facility and our history here on the Gulf Coast. Next, you’re off to our Discovery Room where you will be able to get up close and personal with some of our resident animals in our three touch pools. Here you will get to meet Sea Stars, Horseshoe Crabs, a Stingray, and many more! You will even meet one of our resident reptiles!
From there you will be guided over to our classroom where the kids will get to design their own t-shirts! They will design them by using sand paper and crayons. Once you have finished there, it is back to the auditorium where the educator will let your group “run off some energy” as they race to save a dolphin’s life in our Rescue Relay activity! This activity teaches them how important teamwork and communication is, especially for our stranding and rescue team when it comes to rescuing marine animals!
Once the group has burned off that energy, you will be then guided to the museum. Here your group will be able to explore the various exhibits and learn from them including our touch screens that are filled with educational games! Lastly, the group will get a chance to dig for their very own Shark’s tooth from our Fossil Dig! The educator will identify this tooth and place it on a card for each guest to take home!
Your night ends with a movie and popcorn in the auditorium!
The next morning, after wake-up, the educators will provide breakfast from our very own Turtle Café. After that, it is off to the Dolphin pool where you will get a close view of our dolphins’ training session, followed by our Sea Lion Show!
Because we have to pay for 20 participants, refunds aren't available unless we exceed the minimum.
The goal of Ozanam Inn is to offer aid and comfort to the poor and needy in our community by providing basic human needs such as; food, shelter and clothing. This field trip is not for everyone but it is a great experience for our children to practically help the homeless and touch those in need.
We will be volunteering during lunch time where older children will be able to serve hot meals and younger children will be able to serve cups of water. We will also learn more about the functions of Ozanam Inn and lastly pass out snack bags.
If you've already volunteered here, wait a week to sign up to give new members a chance to volunteer.
Please fill 15 snack size zip lock bags per attendee (including adults) with hard candy, jerky, or packs of peanut butter or cheese crackers to pass out to residents after lunch.
There is a max of 20 persons total (adults and students) and all children must be at least 5 years old. No babies are allowed. Because of the limited number of volunteers, only one adult per family is allowed. Please arrive 15 minutes early to allow time to park and assist with lunch set-up.
In January of each year the Festival stages a full-length professional production of one of Shakespeare’s plays, performed on Tulane’s campus as a field trip opportunity for middle and high school students. These performances are often the only opportunity students have to see live professional theatre and, more often, their first live Shakespearean performance.
Tickets are only $10 per student, and one free chaperone ticket is provided for every fifteen students. Additional chaperones pay only $10.
“Something wicked this way comes.”
In a country torn by war, Macbeth and his steadfast wife execute a ruthless plan that launches a string of murders. But fate is an unwavering force in this world of witches and prophecy. Director Jessica Podewell brings a stalwart and engaging concept to this revered tragedy.
Tickets must be purchased early December, so you have until the end of November to reserve your spot.
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