March 2020 Field Trips

To REGISTER or SIGN UP for a FIELD TRIP please use on of the following options:

  • Go to the EIE Resource Center
  • Call our the EIE Resource Center at (626) 821-0025
  • Go to our weekly PARK DAY at Encanto Park, 777 Encanto Pkwy, Duarte

The Winter’s Tale

By William Shakespeare

at A Noise Within


DATE CHANGE

Thursday

March 12, 2020   

 9:00 am – 12:00/1:00

COST:  

  • $19.00 per person
  • No refunds

 PLACE:

  • A Noise Within
  • 3352 E Foothill Blvd.
  • Pasadena, CA 91107

 PARKING:  Free parking is available directly behind the theatre at the Sierra Madre Villa Metro Parking Structure, which is located at: 149 N. Halstead St. Pasadena, CA 91107

Walking Directions from the Metro Parking Structure:

Exit the parking structure at Level 1 on the Sierra Madre Villa Ave side where the elevators are located (see map). Follow the walkway between the apartment complex and the theatre building and you will find ANW on your right. 

Registration Deadline: Tuesday, February 18, 2020 (or until full) 

 King Leontes, consumed by unwarranted jealous rage, unleashes catastrophic violence upon his loved ones, shattering the royal family and plunging him into deep remorse. But bitter winter’s thaw ushers in a spring of regeneration and miraculous forgiveness in William Shakespeare’s celebrated romance.

 There will be a pre-show activities as well as a post-show activity which provides the students an opportunity to ask the actors questions.

 

Photos by Craig Schwartz

For questions:

eiefieldtrips@gmail.com

Creation & Earth History Museum

San Diego, CA

Monday

March 30, 2020

 

12:00 pm 2:30 pm

COST:     

  • $5.00 per person    
  •  MAX  limit 35                  

 PLACE:    

  • 10946 Woodside Ave. N.
  •  Santee, CA 92071  

 DIRECTIONS:

  • I-5 S or I-15 S
  • to the 52 E.
  • Exit Magnolia Ave, turn left.
  • Drive 1 mile to Mission Gorge Rd./Woodside Ave.
  • and take a right on Woodside Ave.
  • Stay in left hand lane and turn left at 4-way stop. This road is Woodside Ave. North.
  • The museum is about ½ mile down this road on the left-hand side.

 Deadline:   Friday, March 27, 2020

 Join us for a 2 hour guided tour that will be focused on the biblical and scientific account of the history of life’s origins. Some of the topics may include Fossils, Dinosaurs, Days of Creation, Evolution, Age of the Earth, Astronomy, Noah’s Ark, and Geology.

The Creation and Earth History Museum remains dedicated to the biblical account of science and history. The facilities include a 10,000 sq. ft. showcase for a literal six-day creation and young earth, including a human anatomy exhibit, life-size tabernacle display, age of the earth cave and more. Learn how science supports the reality of Creation.

For questions:   eiefieldtrips@gmail.com