California Gold Rush (Castaic) — April 11

The following is from Cathy at

I know it’s early to think about the spring but I need to confirm this field trip in December in order to get this price……..Cathy

California Gold Rush  (Castaic) –Thursday, April 11, 2013 10:00 am

Learn about the history of the Gold Rush in your own backyard, not to mention the place where gold was first discovered in California. The first documented discovery of gold in California occurred in 1842 when Francisco Lopez, then a resident at Rancho San Francisco (Later known as Newhall Ranch), found the placer deposits in Placerita Canyon right here in Santa Clarita.

Students will: Stake a Claim & Pan for GOLD! and Learn about 49er Living! with Hands On Experiences!
Designed to meet CA 4th Grade State Standards. You know your child best. I will accept students grades 1-12.

The $15 per student and $8 per adult fees each include a $0.50 paypal fee which will be deducted, by opting in, if you are paying by check or as a PERSONAL GIFT (so that I am not charged any fees) on paypal. Payments are due December 15, I have to book before December 17 in order to get this price.

To sign up go to If you not already a member of HSSegue, it is free to join and easy to use.

Go to and get a FREE FAMILY PLAN. Once you enter a small bit of information on each family member, it will be easy to register for the performance. Questions to Cathy at


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I am a homeschooling mom living in Hemet, California. I am interested in building a better community for the ones I love.
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