Marshall Elementary School

Sageville Pack 68 Cub Scout Open House

September 14 – September 28, 2020
Start Time 6:00 p.m.
Location Sageville School (Sept 14) and Heritage Pond (Sept 28)
Event For Grades K-5
Organization Sageville Pack 68
Contact Jason Neiess
Phone (563) 213-8357
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Additional Information
Sageville Pack 68 Cub Scout Open House dates: Mon., Sept 14 @ 6pm (at Sageville - outdoors) Mon., Sept 28 @ 6pm (at Heritage Pond picnic shelter, Rupp Hollow Road) Come learn about our Cub Scout Pack, meet our leaders, and learn our our fun activities! Boys & girls K - 5 welcome!

Cub Scout Council Wide Virtual Information Night

September 29, 2020
Start Time 6:30 p.m.
Location Online register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dubuque-district-virtual-october-roundtable-tickets-119351651001
Event For All Ages
Organization Northeast Iowa Council; Boy Scouts of America
Contact Sarah Brimeyer
Phone (563) 556-4343
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Additional Information
No matter what is going on in the world today. Cub Scouts is running programs either virtual or social distanced. Boys and girls from any school are welcome to attend the open house with an adult to get pertinent information about joining a Cub Scout Pack.

Nature’s Canvas – School’s Out Day Camp

October 2, 2020
Start Time 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
RSVP By October 2, 2020
Location National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium
Event For Grades K-5
Cost Members: $50; Non-Members: $60; Wrap-around care: $5
Organization National Mississippi River Mus
Contact Melissa Wersinger
Phone (563) 557-9545
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Additional Information
Earth is filled with natural art and resources! Campers will get the chance to observe how our animal ambassadors create art, while creating their own masterpiece out of natural materials.

“Dine Out/Take Out” for Public Schools

October 15, 2020
Location 17 different restaurants
Event For All Ages
Cost cost of meal
Organization Foundation for Dubuque Public Schools
Contact Amy Unmacht
Phone (563) 588-2700
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Additional Information
Support the Foundation for Dubuque Public Schools and help fund grants for the Dubuque Community School District projects and programs by dining out or taking out from the participating restaurants. Up to 10% of their sales on October 15 will support projects and programs in the district.

Ice Skating Classes

September 12 – October 24, 2020
Start Time 8:30 a.m.-9:15 a.m.
RSVP By October 22, 2020
Location Mystique Community Ice Center
Event For Grades PreK-8
Cost $95.00
Organization Theisen's Learn to Skate
Contact Rebecca Menzynski
Phone (563) 275-6576
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Additional Information
Join us for contactless skating classes this fall as we begin our 2020-2021 season. All new and returning skaters ages 3 and up are welcome to register for group class instruction on Tuesday and/or Saturday classes.

Pajama Jam – School’s Out Day Camp

February 25, 2021
Start Time 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
RSVP By February 18, 2021
Location National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium
Event For Grades K-5
Cost Members: $50; Non-Members: $60; Wrap-around care: $5
Organization National Mississippi River Mus
Contact Melissa Wersinger
Phone (563) 557-9545
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Additional Information
Campers are invited to bring their pajamas for a day of nocturnal fun! Together, we’ll use our imagination to explore life at night. We will meet a handful of nocturnal creatures and animals and use those observations to create our own nighttime animal models.

Smarts And Survival – School’s Out Day Camp

October 29, 2020
Start Time 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
RSVP By October 15, 2020
Location National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium
Event For Grades K-5
Cost Members: $50; Non-Members: $60; Wrap-around care: $5
Organization National Mississippi River Mus
Contact Melissa Wersinger
Phone (563) 557-9545
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Additional Information
Campers will leave modern technology behind and learn how to live off the land! Using household items and the outdoors, we’ll prep for survival and build fires, craft hunting tools, go fishing, and create food storage. Techniques are inspired by Native Americans and early settlers.

The Tale of Halloweeen – School’s Out Day Camp

October 30, 2020
Start Time 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
RSVP By October 23, 2020
Location National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium
Event For Grades K-5
Cost Members: $50; Non-Members: $60; Wrap-around care: $5
Organization National Mississippi River Mus
Contact Melissa Wersinger
Phone (563) 557-9545
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Additional Information
From black cats to goblins, the icons of Halloween have rich stories and strong traditions. Campers will explore these traditions as we decorate pumpkins, tell stories, and meet animals commonly associated with this witch-cackling day! Costumes welcome!

Schools Out Day Camps

October 2 – December 18, 2020
Location Iowa State University Extension and Outreach, Dubuque County
Event For All Ages
Cost $15
Organization Iowa State Extension and Outreach, Dubuque County
Contact Leah
Phone (563) 583-6496
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Additional Information
These "Camps in a Box" will give your kids a great learning experience while keeping them safe and healthy when they are off on Fridays. Whether your child would like to experience camp in person or at home, we have options for you!

Schools Out Day Camps-Camp in A Box

October 4 – December 18, 2020
Location Iowa State University Extension and Outreach, Dubuque County
Event For All Ages
Cost $15
Organization Iowa State Extension and Outreach, Dubuque County
Contact Leah
Phone (563) 583-6496
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Additional Information
Join Dubuque County Extension educators at the Dubuque County Extension office to enjoy hands on learning. We created camp in a box called "Clover Crates." Whether your child would like to experience camp in person for a full day, half day, or at home, we have options for you!

Animal Confusion – School’s Out Day Camp

January 18, 2021
Start Time 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
RSVP By January 11, 2021
Location National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium
Event For Grades K-5
Cost Members: $50; Non-Members: $60; Wrap-around care: $5
Organization National Mississippi River Mus
Contact Melissa Wersinger
Phone (563) 557-9545
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Additional Information
Alligator vs. crocodile, lizards vs. salamanders, frogs vs. toads – they are all different, but how can you tell? In this program, campers will use investigative skills to compare the animal world through hands-on activities and animal encounters.

Crafting The Mississippi – School’s Out Day Camp

February 5, 2021
Start Time 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
RSVP By January 29, 2021
Location National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium
Event For Grades K-5
Cost Members: $50; Non-Members: $60; Wrap-around care: $5
Organization National Mississippi River Mus
Contact Melissa Wersinger
Phone (563) 557-9545
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Additional Information
Campers will gear up for a day of creation, innovation, and collaboration! We’ll explore the River Museum’s newest addition, the Belt-Driven Machine Shop, which was used to craft boat engines. This tour will serve as inspiration as we learn about machines and build boats!

Museum Builders – School’s Out Day Camp

February 26, 2021
Start Time 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
RSVP By February 19, 2021
Location National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium
Event For Grades K-5
Cost Members: $50; Non-Members: $60; Wrap-around care: $5
Organization National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium
Contact Melissa Wersinger
Phone (563) 557-9545
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Additional Information
It’s a camper-led museum! Campers will become curators for the day and explore how experts design exhibits featuring animals, history, and science. This hands-on program will challenge campers to use problem solving, creativity, and imagination to create a new exhibit!

Wild & Crazy Weather – School’s Out Day Camp

April 2, 2021
Start Time 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
RSVP By March 26, 2021
Location National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium
Event For Grades K-5
Cost Members: $50; Non-Members: $60; Wrap-around care: $5
Organization National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium
Contact Melissa Wersinger
Phone (563) 557-9545
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Additional Information
Blizzards, hurricanes, floods, and more, animals live through all weather. In this program, campers will discover the crazy variations of weather around the world, and how animals adapt to changing conditions. Together, we will build structures strong enough to withstand natural disasters.