7251 50th Ave
Remus, MI 49340
WHEATSCOUTS on SATURDAY, APRIL 9, will feature dance, music and a craft project.
Dancer Emily Doebler (who was part of the Wheatland Carry It On dance project in 2013, and who currently teaches dance at the Academy of Performing Arts/Alma) will be demonstrating and teaching traditional dance. Emily will be accompanied by Bruce Bauman and other local musicians.
The always creative and crafty Nan Nickson will be bringing back Dyeing Eggs with Natural Dyes. Things to bring if you have them: flowers, old panty hose.
Hope to see you on Saturday from 11-1. There’s a Wheatland Jamboree starting at 2 that day, so feel free to bring a picnic lunch and stay after if you want to listen to or make music at the Jamboree.
This children’s program was started at Wheatland in 1987 with the purpose of educating children through music, dance, storytelling, crafts and nature while promoting family tradition and fellowship. Wheatscouts also gives the adults a chance to bond with other grown-ups while turning the little ones loose for a couple of hours.
Wheatscouts meet during the months from October – May, and are scheduled for the 2nd Saturday of each month from 11am till 1pm in the Gladys Wernette building on the Wheatland Music site. Each season opens with a Fall Wheatscouts Family Campout, held on site at Wheatland.
Wheatscouts is offered free of charge, is open to the public and a small healthy snack will be provided. (Feel free to bring a snack to share as well) Each gathering is uniquely themed, so stay tuned to both the Wheatland website and Wheatscouts Facebook Group for up-to-date information.
If you would like additional information regarding Wheatscouts you may call the WMO Office at 989-967-8879 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to be added to the Wheatscouts email list just send a message to email@example.com.
2015-2016 Wheatscouts Schedule
Fall Campout – September 26-27