|Bighorn National Forest a Plein Air Celebration of Wildflowers||June 22-28||$|
|Wilderness First Responder||NOLS||$|
|Intro to Canoeing||Wendy Smith||$|
|Wilderness Hiking / Wildflowers of Wyo||Dave Munsick & Dan Bergey||$|
|Field Based Environmental Science: Examining Global Problems through a Local Lens||Dave Munsick &
|Women’s Pack Trip||Spear-O Staff||$|
|Intro to Rock Climbing||Tom Johannesmeyer||$|
How to register: SIGN UP EARLY, space is limited in all classes!
- By phone: (307) 647-6446 x2200
- In person: Sheridan College Registration Office, Gillette College Registration Office, or Sheridan College in Johnson County
Questions ~ call Julie Davidson – Learn Outdoors Program Coordinator
(307) 674-6446 x 8350
What to expect when taking a class @ Spear-O-Wigwam:
All participants will be expected to arrive at the Spear-O-Wigwam Mountain Campus 10 minutes prior to class beginning; students are responsible for their own transportation. However, if transportation is an obstacle, please contact us.
All meals, snacks and drinks will be provided while staying at Spear-O-Wigwam. Please let us know if you have any allergies or specific requirements when you register for a course.
Excluding Backpacking and Horse Packing, all Summer 2013 class participants will be housed in Spear-O-Wigwam cabins.
Upon registration, each student will be given an equipment list provided by the course instructor.
Course participants are welcome to fish during their free time at Spear-O-Wigwam; however, you must provide your own fishing equipment and have a current Wyoming fishing license. (There will be no place to purchase one once you are at Spear-O)