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Everest Academy is a ministry of Everest Family Church in Hayden. We offer freedom along with quality resources, information, activities and support to those homeschooling in Alabama. We believe that the parent has the best interests of their children at heart. We believe that the parent is the first and only teacher that a child needs. In keeping with this philosophy, we wish to be a very hands-off cover school and allow the parent to lead and guide their children in the direction and at the pace they feel is best suited to their children. We ask only for what the law requires while offering support along with quality resources to aid families in their efforts.

March 15, Bham: Holi Festival Field Trip

Everest Studies In World Culture And Religion March Field Trip
March 15, 2014
10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. 

More information and a schedule of events can be found at http://www.artsbma.org/event/holi-an-indian-celebration-of-color/ which include art activities, scavenger hunt, traditional Indian food (provided by Taj India), henna tattoos, live music and dance performances, storytelling, and throwing of the colors.  

Please join us at this PUBLIC event at the Birmingham Museum of Art as we learn more about Hindu culture and religion.  Holi is a festival celebrated in north India to mark the coming of spring.

Holi is a colourful festival, with dancing, singing, and throwing of powder paint. To learn more about the Holi festival - check here: http://www.holifestival.org/

As it is a public event, there is no need to R.S.V.P. - but if you want to meet up with other homeschoolers in the study program, you may email Danielle at 4neerdowells@gmail.com.

Coke Reward Points for Girl Scouts

Coke Rewards: Hey Friends, Dae (my daughter) needs Coke Rewards codes for her Girl Scouts troop (Everest Academy Cadette Troop -http://www.alabamahomeschooling.com/2013/11/hoover-everest-academy-cadette-girl.html ). I do not have to have the physical cap or box, I just need the codes. You can find the codes in the bottle caps or on the inside of the boxes. If you drink Coke products, please consider emailing them to me at everestacademy1@gmail.com. I would really appreciate it! Coke products include: 

Diet Coke
Coke Zero
Dasani Water
Minute Maid
Seagram's Ginger Ale
and more.


March Events

Everest Academy Events Listing
Come & Join In!!!!
Everest Academy always has a ton of activities being organized. Please be sure to include who & what the payment is for on the comment line of your personal checks or in the comment section when using PayPal to send money. Everest has approximately eleven activity coordinators, so please make sure to pay attention to who is organizing the field trip.

Very important note!!! If you are interested in organizing a field trip, please feel free to do so! Everest would be happy to advertise it for you. The more activities we can offer to the Alabama Homeschooling community, the better!

Please review the Everest Academy Participation Policy before attending any of our events.

We are just beginning to add events for the coming year. For an idea of what to expect, please check out our past events:
2013/2014 Events

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Bham: Railroad FREE Fitness Classes

Full Details: http://www.railroadpark.org/events-get-healthy.html

Get Healthy on the Railroad

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama's mission is to give employers, families and individuals access to quality, affordable healthcare. Blue Cross customers have greater peace of mind knowing this 75-year old company is helping protect their health and financial security. As a corporate leader in Alabama, Blue Cross is committed to positively impacting the health and education of the communities they serve. The sponsorship of "Get Healthy on the Railroad" allows the company to make a positive impact for the community and the overall health of the downtown Birmingham area. With this initiative, Blue Cross is doing the right thing, the right way, for the right reasons.
For more information on Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alabama please visit www.bcbsal.com.

Class Descriptions (all classes are FREE!):

Crunk Fitness (Mondays at 6:00 p.m.):

Crunk Fitness is a fun, high-energy, hip-hop dance workout for all levels. It involves a combination of basic aerobics movements and funky hip-hop dance moves, broken down so anyone can do it. You can tone up-lose weight, transform your body, and have a blast!

The BOOTCAMP GROUP EXPERIENCE (Tuesdays at 6:00 p.m.):

The BOOTCAMP GROUP EXPERIENCE is the class you will love to hate. By using just your body weight this workout routine will help tone your muscles, build your endurance, and boost your metabolism. This class will challenge you on all levels. The combination of bodyweight exercises and functional exercises will have you burning calories in no time.

Zumba (Wednesdays at 6:00 p.m.):

Zumba at Railroad Park is a Latin inspired dance fitness class. It blends easy Latin dance moves with aerobic steps. The class is fun, energizing, and easy to follow.

Yoga (Thursdays at 6:00 p.m.):

Yoga is a form of exercise that strengthens and tones the body. It promotes balance and flexibility, and quiets the mind. Yoga is for the beginning as well as advanced student.

Happy Feet Fridays (Fridays at 6:00p.m.):

Get your feet moving in the right direction with a 60-minute low to high impact walk/run course designed to wake up, shape up, or maintain the inner athlete in you. Happy Feet Friday will teach you proper walk/run techniques to maximize your current fitness goals.
Walking is safe and simple, plus it lowers your blood pressure, reduces your risk for or helps you manage type two diabetes, manages your weight, improves your mood and helps you stay strong. So whether you're training for your next marathon or just wanting to get moving, Happy Feet will get you on the right track. All experience levels are welcome.

Does Homeschooling Leave You Stuck At Home?

March - August, Bham: Fresh Air Family Gross Out Camp

Gross Out Camp Spring and Summer 
Spring special-- Bring a Friend and Save $25
Join us at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens. This all ages camp offers hands-on biology in creek beds, bamboo forests, koi ponds, bog gardens and all of the wonderful natural areas of the Birmingham Botanical Gardens. Dissect a pitcher plant to find bugs, meet a tree (scientific observation) and search for crawdads and salamanders. 
Learning has never been this fun! 
It’s science, but please don’t tell the kids! Fresh Air Family is offering 11 award-winning Gross Out Day Camps.  Sessions at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens, 9 AM to 5 PM, with before and after care available
Members $200, non-members $225  (Membership is $35 for families)   $50 discount for members who bring a friend! Sibling discount $150,     $25 before and after care. 
Session 1: March 24-28 Spring break! All ages.
Session 2: June 2-6 -- Grades 1-4
Session 3: June 9-13  -- Grades 5-7
Session 4: June 16-20 – Grades 1-4
Session 5: June 23-27 -- Grades 1-4
Session 6: June 30- July 3 -- All ages (short week $150)
Session 7: July 7-11-- Grades 1-4
Session 8: July 14-18 -- Grades 5-7
Session 9: July 21-25 – Grades 1-4
Session 10: July 28- August 1 – Grades 1-4
Session 11: August 4-8 --All ages

To register, please email Lexi@FreshAirFamily.org

Alabama Homeschooling Support Groups

One of the first things I truly believe you should become involved with as a homeschooler is a support group. Field trips are very limited in what they can do for finding new friendships. You need to be involved with a group that communicates on a regular basis. Lucky for us, Alabama offers lots of support networks and resources. 

I have listed below all of the Alabama-based homeschooling support groups that I could find including Yahoo Support Groups, Facebook, and others. I only included the ones that looked active and moderated. As always, this is not an endorsement but rather for your information. The final decision as to what you choose to become involved with is your's alone. 

If you cannot find a support group that interests you, I strongly urge you to start one in your area. Everest Academy would be more than happy to help you advertise it. If you know of an Alabama homeschooling support group that is not listed, and I am sure there are many, please email the information to everestacademy1@gmail.com so that we can share the information with the rest of the homeschooling community. 

Please note: All links below were valid when posted, but groups (and links) come and go. If you find a dead link, please let me know at everestacademy1@gmail.com so that it can be updated or removed. 

*Please note that all links were valid when originally posted, but as you know, things change. If you find a broken link, please let us know so that we can change or delete the listing.

Alabama State-Wide Support Groups

This is a mailing list for people who are homeschooling or are thinking of homeschooling in Alabama. Kids and Parents alike! Here you can exchange ideas!... 

A place for all Alabama homeschoolers to come together and share event happenings, teaching ideas, curriculum choices, items to sell (offline), recipes, homemade games, the possibilities are endless!
Alabama Unschoolers
AU is an open, unmoderated, inclusive list for anyone in, near or moving to Alabama with an interest in homeschooling with unschooling leanings. Since unschooling encompasses everything in your life, *nothing* is considered off-topic.

This group is for people who live in Alabama (or Georgia/Tennessee) who believe in getting Back to Basics. It is for Christians who believe that Jesus Christ is the Lord and Saviour. Our focus is a lifestyle of getting back to the "old-fashioned" way of living. Farm life, raising their own food through gardening and livestock, homeschooling, old time traditions, learning the crafting of our heritage, blacksmithing, pottery, quilting, spinning and weaving, woodworking, sewing, canning and preserving. We believe in the parents educating and raising their own children in accordance to the Holy Scriptures. Biblical order in the family- husband as head of the home and wife as helpmeet: Stay-at-home mom and keeper of the home. 

This list is for the discussion of topics related to homeschooling in Alabama. All Alabama homeschool parents (or those planning to homeschool in Alabama) are welcome regardless of reasons for home schooling, religion, etc. Posting of events, organizations and homeschool websites is welcome.

This is a group of Southeast LDS Homeschoolers who cherish their membership in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and live in the Southeast! We have put together an LDS HS Conference in the Southeast US! Do you live in the SE region of the United States? You are invited to join our online homeschool support group. We invite all Latter-day Saints Mormon Homeschool LDS Home Educators Home School parents who want to help their children succeed in school and in life, veteran home educators looking for a fresh start, new family educators searching for help and ideas, and parents just thinking about home education to join us.

North Alabama Support Groups
Join us for a time of fun, fellowship, and encouragement with other homeschooling parents from around the area on the When: 1st Tuesday of each month (Sept. through May) from 2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. at McGraws Coffee Shop; Court Street, Florence. (Adults only please. Childcare not provided.)

HOPE is is a social group in the Huntsville area that offers a ton of activities. Activities are open to all homeschoolers, with some events being limited to members only. Membership is $10 per year. If you are interested in more information about HOPE, please feel free to call Constance (256) 513-9212.

HSV Homeschool Connections Join our facebook page for encouragement, news of field trips and information on activities in Huntsville. We have many opportunities to meet and join with other homeschool moms and families. This is a ministry of Willowbrook Church in Huntsville for ANY homeschoolers in the Huntsville/ North Alabama area. hsvconnections@mail.willowbrook.org

Madison County Alabama Homeschoolers, formed in 2002, is a support group offering support and field trips to members in the North Alabama area or anyone that is willing to make the drive.

We are an inclusive support group for anyone in or near north Alabama. We hold monthly Picnic & Play days at a local park when the weather is good and sometimes have other meetings and special events. All are welcome!

A group for secular homeschoolers in the Huntsville metro area. Anyone is welcome as long as they check their religion at the door. :-)
sec·u·lar (from dictionary.com)
1. of or pertaining to worldly things or to things that are not regarded as religious, spiritual, or sacred; temporal: secular interests.
2. not pertaining to or connected with religion ( opposed to sacred): secular music.
3. (of education, a school, etc.) concerned with nonreligious subjects.

North Alabama Trailblazers is a group of homeschooling families. We meet together for mutual socialization and companionship of children and parents alike. We serve Madison, Morgan, Limestone, AL and Lincoln, TN counties only. Anyone from the surrounding counties is welcome to join us but will have to drive to the Huntsville metro area for functions.

We are an activity, information, and support group for Shoals Area Homeschooling Families. We are open to all homeschoolers regardless of cover school, religious or political views. We have activities for the group every Friday. This is an Everest-sponsored group that is open to all homeschoolers. 

COMPASS Christian Home Educators of NE Alabama is a support group for home educators in Etowah, Marshall, DeKalb, Cherokee, Blount, Talladega, St. Clair and Calhoun counties. We are open to all families, regardless of cover school affiliation. Our membership fee for the 2013-14 school year is still a bargain at only $5. COMPASS Support Group Newsletters can be picked up from Rainbow City Library and Gadsden Public Library.

This group is to allow homeschool families IN the Shoals area and any other homeschoolers who want to join in with us for fun, to plan fun field trips and activities and spontaneous get-togethers.

Northwest Alabama Christian Homeschool- a homeschool group for counties in Northwest Alabama (Winston, Marion, Franklin and surrounding areas).  NACH a place where we can encourage one another, seek advice and counsel on our journeys towards raising and schooling our children to be Godly adults.  In short, be encouragers, love each other and just have fun getting to know each other. 

We have a homeschool support group for anyone with access to Redstone Arsenal. It is purely social and informational and we run it on Facebook. The group is called Redstone Arsenal Homeschoolers and the link is: https://www.facebook.com/groups/174134172648347/
Lisa Ansley

This group is for sharing information about curriculum, classes, field trips and anything related to homeschooling. Any homeschooling family is welcome to join, but most events will be in the Madison County area.

Welcome to HSVHomeschool! If you are homeschooling in the greater Huntsville, Alabama area, please feel free to join us in discussions here and in adventures in person.  For the privacy of those in the group, I will review profiles before adding those who request to join. If I can't see anything about you, I won't approve you, unless another member knows you. I reserve the right to refuse anyone for any reason. Thanks for your understanding!  I can be reached by email at HSVHomeschool@gmail.com.

North Alabama Singe Parent Homeschooling
We have created a new group for single parents who are homeschooling in North Alabama. If anyone wants to join, it's a group for support and to be able to talk about our unique situations. Please send a request to join at the link above.  

North Central Alabama Support Groups

Calling all Cullman Homeschoolers!!!! Just started a page just for you to connect! Check it out here:http://www.facebook.com/groups/371406262951839/

Christian Home Educators of Cullman is a support group for homeschoolers in Cullman and surrounding areas. We organize field trips, classes, and other activities for our families. If you want to find out more about CHEC, please email us at mailto:  cullmanhomeschool@yahoo.com

We have a new Facebook group for Jasper Area homeschooling families. It is listed as Jasper Area Homeschool Activites. This will be a place for us to connect & post upcoming events in our area. While our family is enrolled in Everest Academy, this group is open to ALL homeschooling families in our area, regardless of your cover school. We look forward to sharing field trips, parties, and events, as well as networking with other homeschooling families.

Blount County Homeschoolers
Information and encouragement that might interest Blount County Homeschoolers

Central Alabama Support Groups

CHEAHA offers field trips, activities, newsletter, SAT test administration, new homeschooler support, annual book sale, field day, and this year will be giving a scholarship to a graduating senior.  For more information, please contact Karen Smedley at khsmedley@netzero.net

Everyone is welcome regardless of race, financial standing, religion (or lack of it), lifestyle, homeschool style, sexual orientation, gender, or handicap. The one thing we all have in common is that we want the best for our children. It is our mission to help provide support to homeschool families and if needed, a legal church cover school. You are WELCOME here even if you do not have children enrolled with Eden Academy of Tuscaloosa.

Open to others in the area who want to be involved in our activities

This group has been created on Facebook for all homeschoolers in the specific area of northeast Jefferson Co, southeast Blount Co, and west St Clair Co. We share ideas, discuss homeschooling curricula & methods, post homeschool items to buy or sell, and announce local events such as park days, skating, and bowling. This group is open to ALL homeschoolers regardless of cover ~ so if you're in the area, we'd love to have you join us and make some new friends!
Welcome to Secular Homeschool Encouragement - Birmingham Alabama. This group invites all secular homeschoolers in the Birmingham Alabama area to come together for support, encouragement and socialization. All homeschoolers are welcome regardless of the ages of your children. If you are currently homeschooling, or are thinking about it and need to find a direction, please join.  

St. Clair Homeschoolers
A Facebook group for the St Clair County homeschool community. Events open to all areas of Alabama and all homeschoolers, regardless of church school enrollment.

Contact Julie McLaurine (205-333-6328) for more info and a sample newsletter. One of the largest Christian support groups in Alabama. They have over 300 families and offer varsity teams in football, basketball, and baseball, choir and lots of other classes and field trips. Open to all homeschoolers.

This is a homeschool support group for Bibb County, Tuscaloosa and Jefferson counties and surrounding areas. Any information about activities and ideas for activities will be posted here. We are a Christian group that is here to offer support and fellowship to our members.

Chelsea Area Homeschoolers
The purpose of this page is to help homeschoolers in the Chelsea, AL area get connected.

SHS-SECT - Secumular Homeschool Support for St. Clair, Etowha, Calhoun & Talledega Counties
Don’t let the name scare you, we are non-religious, not anti-religion. We choose to focus our group on our children and their education, not on their religion. We are here to offer support and socialization opportunities for adults and kids alike. If you homeschool your child(ren) for non-religious reasons and are open minded, you will fit in here. All homeschoolers are welcome, regardless of religion or age.  We welcome ‘new’ and ‘old’ homeschoolers alike (or even those ‘just thinking’ about homeschooling).  As the group name shows, our members reside in St. Clair, Etowah, Calhoun, and Talladega counties (in Alabama). We will attempt to have most of our activities in these counties.  Please come in and say hello. We are eager to meet you!

W.I.S.E.~Waldorf Inspired Southern Educators~ Birmingham Area
The purpose of this group is to provide supportive and nurturing relationships for the parents and children of families working with the educational methods of Rudolf Steiner, and encourage the growth of the Waldorf movement in our area. This lifestyle goes against the grain of many areas of mainstream culture, sometimes leaving families feeling "on the fringe", or without a sense of community. We want to build that community :-)  We will meet the 2nd and 4th Fridays of each month and possibly for seasonal/festival activities as well.  Please contact Rachel Fee-Prince at atinyseed@gmail.com to find out if W.I.S.E is a good fit for your family!

Central-South Alabama Support Groups

For homeschooling families in the Auburn/Opelika Lee County area of Alabama.  A2Z Loop is an all-inclusive support group open to all homeschool families in the Auburn\Opelika area regardless of differences in beliefs, cultures, nationality, race, religion, or method of home schooling.

Elmore County Homeschool Organization (E.C.H.O.), is a non-profit support group for homeschooling families. We provide a positive socialization environment for homeschooled children and support & encourage their parents in the homeschooling process. We welcome all families from any county.  We meet the second and fourth Friday of every month year-round from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at Harvest Fields Community Church. Membership is free.  ECHO has field trips, park days, holiday parties, enrichment activities, and a yearly awards ceremony.

FHE is a Prattville-based support group for families in the tri-county area. We are not a legal covering/school. We advise each family to enroll in the church school of their choice in accordance with Alabama law. Check out our Resources page. We do try to offer educational and social opportunities for children and parents alike.  We are strictly a VOLUNTEER organization. Each year our clubs, field trips, etc. are scheduled based on our membership's willingness to organize/lead or lend a hand. Whatever your talents, skills or time allowances, there is a group ministering to homeschooling place to volunteer! Membership in FHE inclues a yearly fee of $10.00, payable upon admission of your completed registration form. However, if you or someone you know would like to be a part of FHE, but are unable to pay the registration fee right away, arrangements can be made. Don't let that stop you from participating in the group!

Parent Educators and Kids (PEAK) of Montgomery is an inclusive, member-led group, welcoming all local home educators who enjoy sharing and learning within a diverse community. Our activities are planned by individual families, and all members are encouraged to plan activities for the group and to participate in our online discussions. Our members represent a broad range of learning styles, parenting philosophies, personal beliefs and political viewpoints, and we value and find strength in that diversity. 

Chattahoochee Valley Homeschoolers consists of 42 home schooling families in Cataula. Sends out about 25 newsletters bi-monthly to members.L.I.G.H.T. (Leaders In Godly Home Teaching) consists of 150+ families in the Columbus/ Phenix City area with children ranging in grade levels from pre-kindergarten to college sophomores. This Christian organization is dedicated to supporting Godly home training of children, but a statement of faith is not required to join. Its function is to provide encouragement, prayerful support and communication among all homeschooling families; information on education techniques and curriculum; coordination of group activities; and monitoring of legislation related to home schools. 

Freedom Home Schoolers was created in 2005 to support homeschooling families in the Phenix City/Columbus area regardless of religious affiliation. Support for each family is offered through group activities, co-ops, field trips, or perhaps just a chance to sit and chat with other homeschooling families.  Family membership is $20 for the school year. For more information, send an email to membership@freedomhomeschoolers.com

Fort Benning Homeschoolers was developed to give general information on homeschooling to active duty, retired, Reserve and National Guard families in the Fort Benning, Georgia area. 

South Alabama Support Groups
Description on Facebook page: Welcome to South Alabama Homeschooling! This group was created for all homeschooling families. I wanted a place to post tips, ideas for field trips, great blogs, etc. Also have a place to post local curriculum for sale. As well as have a online support system for other homeschooling families. Feel free to add other homeschoolers to the group! I'm the activity coordinator for Everest Academy in Baldwin and Mobile counties. For more information on my church cover school you can find their site here: http://www.alabamahomeschooling.com/ or follow on facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/alabamahomeschooling

This group is for homeschool park days and fun activities in the Baldwin and Mobile Counties area of Alabama. Most activities will take place in the southwest area of Baldwin County. It is also for sharing information. This group is an ALL INCLUSIVE group for homeschoolers who just want to get together with no regard to race, religion, or homeschooling style. Open to all school ages Kindergarten through high school. Younger siblings also welcome. Kiddos can play or hang out and parents can support each other in our unique homeschooling journeys. So if you haven't found your niche in a group yet, or if you just want to come play! Please sign up and see what we're all about.

Enterprise Homeschool Support Group
The Enterprise Homeschool Support Group is just a support group. We are a group of moms, dads, grandparents and children that get together to enjoy each other’s company and learn about the world around us. We usually have a field trip or two each month (September – May), a co-op class running at any given time, mom’s nights out and lots of “chit-chat” by email. The eprisehschool e-mail loop is for you to communicate on. It has become a clearing house of information for many different activities in the area. Anything you come across that would benefit our families, please post it! Have an idea for an outing or activity? Organize it and post it! Before you plan out your activity, take a moment to check the calendar on the yahoo group site – that way you don’t over book a date. After you’ve planned your activity, please add your event to the calendar for others to reference. At the beginning of each month I will send a posting of all the events on the calendar for the month, just a bit of a reminder.  No one person is in charge of our list – there is no administration. We have two moderators on the group that simply monitor the postings to be sure everything is of benefit to our families. We hope you enjoy the group – our families are pretty fantastic and we’ve had lots of fun in the past. Keep in mind, however, that our group is only as good as you make it. If you don’t see something happening that you wish your children could be involved in, than start it! Chances are there are others who wish to have the same thing!

Lake Forest Homeschool Club is an all inclusive group of homeschoolers that is open to all homeschoolers in the Baldwin and Mobile county area. We have field trips, social get togethers, park days, 4H groups, swimming days and some classes. We also have information about area co ops, classes, and community events.

Mobile Secular Homeschoolers
MSH is an inclusive support group in the Mobile and Baldwin Co. area, embracing all educational approaches, races, beliefs, and family orientations. We provide numerous activities every month for homeschoolers, including field trips, park days, nature events, parties, preschool story time, mom's night out, and we work with other local homeschool groups to provide joint events, broadening our homeschool community in the Mobile/Baldwin county area.

Please tell us about your homeschooling support group. We will add the information to this list.  

Feb 14, Trussville: Annual Valentines Skate Party! Open to ALL Homeschoolers

Calling ALL Homeschoolers!
It's time for our Annual Valentines Skate Party!

Date: Friday, February 14
Time: 1:00-4:00pm
Location: Trussville PlayStation
The PlayStation has graciously extended our regular 2nd Friday skate session an extra hour at no additional charge.

Details: This event is sponsored by Everest Academy & Trussville PlayStation and is open to ALL homeschoolers. We ask that each family please bring a dish/treat to share at the potluck goodies table and drinks for your own family.

Each child participating in the Valentines exchange (optional) should bring 20 Valentines in a quart size zip-bag* and a bag of candy or Valentines goodies for at least 20 children. You will not need to bring a collection container as we will provide Valentines bags for your child(ren)'s treats when you check-in at the Valentine exchange table. Be sure to visit the Valentines exchange table in the party area no later than 3:00pm to participate in the Valentines exchange!!

*It is very important to use a quart size zip-bag because we will be reusing these bags to fill with the candy/goodies that will go into your child(ren)'s Valentines bag. 

COST: $3.00/skater, includes regular skates ~ additional for speed skates ($2) & inlines ($3)
Non-skaters do not pay. No charge for under 3yo. There is a minimum amount of $30 to use a credit card, so you might want to bring cash! 

Visit this link for more details about the regular homeschool skate sessions at Trussville PlayStation: Homeschool Skate & Laser Tag Sessions

March 7 (Deadline Feb. 28), Dothan: Wiregrass Museum of Art Field Trip

Field Trip to Wiregrass Museum of Art

Details:  Everest Academy homeschoolers and any interested area homeschoolers will take a guided tour and then do a craft.  Ages are preschool and up, with age appropriate options available.  If we have enough (over 15 children), we can form two groups, an older group and a younger group.  While one group tours, the other works on a craft and vice versa.  This is a wonderful little gem in our area, so let's support  our local arts!  After the museum, head to Kiwanis park for lunch and playtime. 

Date:  Friday, March 7, 2014

Time: 10AM (doors open at 10, so arrive on time but be aware you won't be able to go inside any earlier than 10)  We of course want to begin our tour as close to 10 as possible.  The tour and craft combo only take about an hour together;  about 30 minutes each.

Cost:  $5 per child, $3 per adult chaperone (little ones who will not be doing a craft are free)

DEADLINE:  Deadline for signup, payment, and cancellation is Friday, February 28th!  We do have a minimum/maximum that can/must attend, so no refund after Feb. 28.  

SPECIAL INFORMATION:  Please note that the Annual Youth Art Month Exhibition will be going on in March, for grades K-12 and we will get to see the winners.  (Deadline to enter Feb. 14)  There are also various free things going on during the month, aside from this special home school tour.  Check out this link for more info:


Location and Directions: 
126 Museum Ave, Dothan, AL 36303
  • Cross Streets: Between E Main St/Columbia Hwy and N Cherry St/N College St/N Appletree St

Contact Person: