Schools and Teachers
Immerse your students in art, culture, history and nature. The city offers hands-on educational opportunities throughout the year. Tour historic sites, watch an educational theater performance or learn about nature and animals around us.
Lakewood Cultural Center Theater Presentation
Childsplay in “Maddi’s Fridge”
Date/Time: Wednesday, October 9 at 9:45 a.m.
Length: One hour including Q & A session.
Download the Study Guides
Study guide for teachers(PDF, 492KB)
Before the show study guide(PDF, 3MB)
After the show study guide(PDF, 2MB)
Sofia discovers that Maddi has no food in her refrigerator. How can she help her best friend? Based on the book by Lois Brandt, this play addresses childhood hunger and food insecurity through a heartwarming and hilarious exploration of friendship.
Make your class reservation to experience this educational, engaging and enriching presentation today!
Fill out the registration form (linked below) and submit it by September 12, 2019 via mail, fax or email. Orders will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Limited scholarships are available for Title I schools through funding from the Scientific & Cultural Facilities District (SCFD).
For more information or assistance filling out the registration form, call 303-987-7893 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration Form(PDF, 288KB)
Lakewood Heritage Center Field Trips
The Heritage Center offers hands-on learning via historic field trips.
Walk through historic structures or take part in the annual Lakewood Heritage Days event in May.
View details by following the link below. Call 303-987-7850 or email LHCprograms@lakewood.org with any questions.
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Bear Creek Lake Park Nature Programs
The park offers a variety of nature programs for groups of all ages and sizes. To request a program at the park or on location at your school, please fill out a request form.
Nature Program Request