Vertebrate and Invertebrate Education for Housekeeping Week

The Antlers is known for offering some out of the box activities for housekeeping week. One year it was Zumba classes. This year we topped that with a Walking Mountains science program.

Walking Mountains came to the Antlers and conducted an interactive program on a beautiful day by the pool. Did you know that Walking Mountains offers adult programs? Well they do offer hikes but for something like this you may need to arrange a private custom program.

The program was a hands on experience to learn about vertebrates and invertebrates animals. They had the opportunity to dissect a fish and a squid and had LOTS of fun along the way. It also gave everyone an idea of what their kids get to experience while at Walking Mountains camps.

Scott Robinson, Director of Marketing and Communications for Walking Mountains concluded, “What a great experience. We were so pleased to see how engaged your staff was.”

Check out a few of the fun photos below.

Antlers at Vail housekeepers participating in a Walking Mountains science program for Housekeeping Week.

Antlers at Vail housekeepers participating in a Walking Mountains science program for Housekeeping Week.

 Antlers at Vail housekeepers learn about vertebrates and invertebrates.

Antlers at Vail housekeepers learn about vertebrates and invertebrates.