Use Promotion Code: FGCOUPON when you register on-line at www.UrbanAdventureQuest.com to receive 20% off your family fun Adventure. Available 365 days a year from sunrise to sunset! Turn your city into a giant game board as you solve clues and complete challenges while seeing the hidden gems of the city. A great Family adventure!
Expires: Apr. 30th, 2017
Save Up to $12.00 ($2.00 off per person, up to six people) Present this coupon at any Moody Gardens Ticket Booth and receive $2.00 off regular adult admission price. Or enjoy even bigger savings with $2.00 off the discounted Day Pass admission to all Moody Gardens attractions. Coupon valid for up to six people. Not valid with any other discounts or special events. Not valid for Ice Land or other Special Attractions/Events. Children 3 and under are admitted free. Code: 964
Expires: Jul. 31st, 2017
Now through February 20th, save $75 on any camp of your choosing for Summer 2017! Founded in 2002, DMA hosts summer tech camps at universities all over the US and Canada, teaching students the latest in programming & coding, filmmaking + photography, game design, 3D modeling + design, music production, and robotics + engineering for students ages 6 to 18. Backed by over 15 years of experience in project-based learning, DMA empowers students to become global thinkers and makers by integrating design-thinking and purpose-driven projects into our courses.
Expires: Feb. 20th, 2017
Coastal Bend Wellness Foundation
CBWF's youth programs, Project Turnaround and Project HOPE, host Break the Norm, a FREE community event in hopes to "break the norm" of binge drinking and intoxication over Spring Break. Break the Norm promotes not only family fun, but education and awareness with booths, activities and games that promote a drug-free message. In the past, Break the Norm has offered free family-fun activities like a moon jump, face painting, spin wheel, free raffle, live music, food trucks, free giveaways and door prizes. Last year's event featured the collaborative efforts of 70 organizations and businesses. More than 700 people attended.
Jun. 27th - Jul. 31st
Mountain Desert Trek is an experience unlike any other. Are you ready to spend 6 weeks backpacking through desert canyons, up mountain peaks, across rivers, and into the wilderness? Do you enjoy ghost towns, Native American cultures, local artists and musicians, service learning, and organic farming? The Cottonwood Gulch Mountain Desert Trek is our longest and most intensive Trek designed for young men and women ages 16-18. This Trek will spend much of their 44 days exploring sites like a Colorado 14er, Mesa Verde, Monument Valley, The Great Sand Dunes, and many other world class destinations. MDT Trekkers will develop leadership skills through personal projects, planning expeditions, demonstrating expedition mentality, and communal living. Most importantly, Trekkers will learn self-reliance, compassion for their peers, and how to overcome personal challenges.
Jun. 27th - Jul. 31st
The Turquoise Trail (a.k.a. The TT) was started in 1934, and it's been a pride of the Gulch ever since. Back then, The Gulch was a pioneer in getting young women outdoors. Today, the Turquoise Trail still inspires women to challenge express themselves as young women. This 5 week long all-female Trek will enamor trekkers and take them through wilderness backpacking trips, local service projects, rock climbing and mountaineering, and explorations of cultural and scientific sites throughout the Southwest. This Trek will spend the majority of their time out on the open road traveling the four corners. However, we settle down for 10 days at our Base Camp to work of legacy projects. In the past, these projects have included adobe kiln and horno restoration, pottery and silver smithing in our Native Arts Workshop, organic farming, forest restoration, and Base Camp beatification projects. Like our original trip, the Prairie Trek, nearly every member of this group returns for a second summer; a testament to the power of these experiences.
Jun. 27th - Jul. 31st
The Cottonwood Gulch Prairie Trek began in 1926 when our founder, Hillis Howie, learned of plans to pave Route 66. He wanted to make sure that his students learned about the American West and Native cultures before it was too late. This 5 week, all male Trek will inspire and challenge young men through wilderness backpacking, local service projects, rock climbing, mountaineering, canyoneering, and exploration of cultural and scientific sites around the Four Corners. Prairie Trekkers spend a large part of their Trek traveling from site to site, bound only by the road and their destination. The remaining time will be spend at our Base Camp property located in the Zuni Mountains. Here Trekkers will work on their personal legacy projects that may include forest restoration projects, organic farming projects, or special carpentry additions to Base Camp. Prairie Trekkers have the highest rate of return and represent a 90 year legacy here at The Gulch.