Partner ProgramsDavid Stubbs
2023 Programming Highlights
This summer, students aged seven to seventeen are engaging in place-based education and community service at the site of Astoria’s future riverside 100-acre park. Astoria Park Conservancy has partnered with various community organizations.
The program’s ultimate goal is to inspire students to become future conservationists by providing accessible and engaging learning experiences that allow them to contribute meaningfully to their community.Camp Astoria
Summer 2023 Program Partners
2021 Programming Highlights
Elementary camp groups visited Astoria for a soak as well as a nature walk. Groups engaged in art activities creating interpretive signage for the phase 2 park. This program served 6 groups, and a total of 72 kids.
Middle school camp groups visited Astoria for a soak and an onsite service learning project to identify and help remove invasive species present on Astoria’s property. This program served 3 groups, and a total of 36 kids.Learn More
Latinx Hikers Event
APC will welcome Latinxhikers for a 20 person soak, engaging the local latinx community and welcoming them to Astoria. As an Access Fund use, this important partnership will draw in Latinx community members as they engage in a facilitated conversation, discussing connections to each other, nature, and community and connection during their soak.Learn More
JH Children's Museum Astoria Playground Program
The Jackson Hole Children’s Museum will center their Workshop Camp around designing their ideal Nature Playground as Astoria. Playground ideas will be presented to Astoria and discussed as a group with the children. The groups will forage for their own natural materials to build replicas of their ideal Nature Playground, including one life-size dream element of the playground.
APC will gift passes to campers and their families as part of our Access Fund, engaging our target community of youth and families.Learn More
GTMF On the Road Concert
A simple free afternoon concert, connecting the wellness benefits of hot springs, nature, and art.
A String Quartet made up of Festival musicians hosted by Education Curator Meaghan Heinrich. Meaghan and the quartet looked at different Classical pieces from Tchaikovsky to Mozart and talked with audiences about the emotions they evoke and why.Learn More