Our 2015 classes have begun. Students of all ages learn about history, culture, and traditions of the house and community. Special thematic art, history, or environmental lessons may be arranged with prior notice. Opportunities for service learning projects abound.
A big thanks is due here to our South Valley Academy interns that spend service hours weekly on the property. We also extend a thank-you to Van Buren and Harrison Middle Schools for their recent visits, as well as Pajarito Elementary’s upcoming scheduled field trip. The GHHHCC also played host recently to a tour-group from the School of Advanced Reseach in Santa Fe. Will your group be next?
Schedule a time to bring your class for a lesson that includes a tour of the 160 year old adobe house/museum and the 10 acres of open space land on which it sits. Opportunities for a combination field trip to the Gutiérrez-Hubbell House and nearby Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge are available. This beautiful place is a part of the National Wildlife Refuge System and is run by U.S Fish and Wildlife Services. You can visit the Valle de Oro website here.