May 2022 Field Trips

To REGISTER or SIGN UP for a FIELD TRIP please us one 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 

Skate Express


May 2, 2022

 9:45 am – 12:00 pm



  • $14.50 per person       
  • Includes skate rental      


  • 12356 Central Ave.
  • Chino, CA 91710
  • PARKING:  Free

 Deadline:   Thursday, June 16, 2022

 This is a private “EIE” party.  It is not open to the public during our skate time.

 At Skate Express, the number one goal is to make sure visitors enjoy making memories with their family and friends. With this goal in mind, they offer fun activities for visitors of all ages. They also offer Skate Mates to help the little ones get the hang of it. 

We offer Bumper Car rides, Mini Bowling, and Arcade for when the kids need a break.

For questions:



Greg Baron


May 11, 2022


1:00 – 2:30 PM

Many kids don’t want to write, but we all know that every child deserves to know how to write.

  • Our kids have great ideas, yet they struggle with getting their ideas from their heads onto the paper.
  • The Baran Method shows our kids where to write their wonderful ideas on the page so they can form an easy-to-follow structure that eliminates the often overwhelming frustration and confusion they experience.
  • Instead of struggling with writing, our kids’ confidence grows and they get an easy-to-repeat lifetime method for writing, no matter the subject.
  • No more frustration — only success!

LIMITED SPACE! $10 for 1, $15 for 2. RSVP by calling  

PHONE:  (626) 821-0025

For more info:

Knott’s Berry Farm

Deaf Awareness Day


May 14, 2022

8:45 am – Closing at 5 pm      




  • $37.00 per person             
  • Ages 2 and under are free.


  • 8039 Beach Blvd.
  • Buena Park, CA 90620
  •  PARKING:  $25.00

 Deadline:   Monday, May 9th, 2022

 Join us for an exciting day at Knott’s Berry Farm!  Go through security and bag check and meet near the ticket booth on the furthest north side. 

Once you receive your tickets you are free enjoy your day! 

 Knotts does allow you to bring food and drink into the park as long as it’s in a small lunch box sized container (no big ice chests and no glass containers or bottles). 

 NOTE: Knott’s is now a cashless park. They will NOT accept cash. They have machines throughout the park where you can add cash to a card that will be accepted within the park. 

American Museum of Ceramic Art


May 20, 2022

 10:45 am – 12:30 pm

Registration Deadline:  May 13, 2022


  • $15.00 per student
  • Adults free  ($20.00 if you want to make a ceramic) 


  • 399 N. Garey Ave.
  • Pomona, CA 91767
  •  PARKING:  Free

Our visit will include both a tour of the museum and a craft session in which the students will make something with clay that they may take home. There will be an instructor to teach some basic modeling techniques.

Exhibitions at AMOCA embrace a wide number of topics – all relating to clay. It is their goal to increase the aesthetic appreciation of clay as an art form as well as the creative thinking behind the making of ceramic objects.  As a teaching tool, pottery is one of the most enduring indicators of culture. We can open the doors of the past through exhibitions of archeological finds; we can trace ceramic advances by studying the construction, glazing and firing practices developed throughout history, and we can find clues to the social expression of certain time periods through the study of ceramic shapes, forms and styles of decoration.

Living Revolution


May 24, 2022

10:15 am (check in) to 2:30 pm

(Please be on time, we will start promptly at 10:30)

(lunch: 12:30 to 1:00 – please bring your own lunch)


  • $17.00 per child
  • $9.00 per adult
  • Children’s craft included in cost.

PLACE:   To be announced: Duarte, CA 91016 (private residence)

 PARKING:   Street parking

Deadline:   Tuesday, May 17, 2021 (or until full)   


The General and Lady Washington take this opportunity to invite you to join their company for a few pleasant hours. During this time the General hopes to acquaint those present with the progress of the war to date. Lady Washington will be on hand to discuss how she finds life in camp and will oversee the preparations for one of the General’s favorite meals. Others in their company will invite you to join in amusements and games, the making of an 18th Century craft (TBD), demonstrating the Drill of Arms and use of the musket. Musical entertainment will be provided by the 18th Century band

“Dead Man’s Waistcoat”.

More activities maybe added or changed.

Please bring a sack lunch, chair or blanket to enjoy.