Youth Programs

The SCHS&M offers several programs for children. Each program is tailored for a different age group, toddler through high school. A description of each program is below along with information on how you can sign up your child or grandchild.  All of the Museum's youth programs are offered at no cost unless otherwise noted. If you have any questions please contact Curator of Education.

History comes alive during Tidbit Tuesdays and Saturdays at the Museum. Our Curator of Education, Shawna Michelena, combines local history and culture with fun hands on activities for children ages 4-10. In the past we have explore the coal mines of Sheridan County, America's Armed Services, and the old Sheridan Zoo, among other topics.


Tidbit Tuesdays and Saturdays are a monthly program throughout the year. During the summer months (June, July, and August) Tidbits are every other Tuesday. The rest of the year Tidbits are held monthly on Saturdays. All of the Tidbit Programs are free. Tidbit Tuesdays and Saturdays are held at the Museum unless otherwise noted. A parent, grandparent or guardian is asked to accompany program participants.

Children ages 0-4 are invited to the explore a bit of Sheridan County history in a new program designed around a young child's developmental stages. TotSpot is a monthly, 30 minute program that combines a story relating to a current exhibit or exhibits and a developmentally appropriate activity. TotSpot meets monthly at the Sheridan County Museum at 10:00 am.

Summer 2017 Programs:
  • Tuesday, June 27 - Kendrick Part Zoo
  • Tuesday July 25 - The Many Hats of Sheridan County
  • Tuesday, August 29 - Tools of the Trade

Call the Museum at 307-675-1150 or click on the buttons below to sign up today!

History Express looks to bring hands-on history projects to children 11-18. This quarterly program series focuses on hands on activities that incorporate STEAM based learning opportunities with local and regional history.

Summer 2017 Program:
  • Check back for more information