Family Field Trip Reservation
Join BUUFers of all ages as we learn about the community of the Western Treasure Valley. A fun-for-all excursion through Four Rivers Cultural Center & Museum, learning about the communities that make up our multi-cultural corner of Idaho and Oregon. Learn more about Northern Paiutes, Basque, Japanese, Hispanic, and Euro- American residents.
  * Special activity for children and parents
  * Get-together and lunch provided
  * Self-guided tour of Japanese garden
ALL ARE WELCOME! Join BUUF members, family members and friends. All ages welcome—children, youth, adults, grandparents and grandchildren; create your own “family” and come.

Entrance fees and lunch provided by the Racial Justice Ministry with funds from the 2022 special appeal for Social Justice activities.

When: Saturday, July 9, 10:00 a.m.
Travel independently from your home to the center, and meet inside the center near the front desk no later than 10AM. *travel assistance may be available. See below.

Where: Four Rivers Cultural Center & Museum, 676 SW 5th Ave., Ontario, Oregon
https://goo.gl/maps/Cse34Y82TxRHJnTx7 (about an hour from Boise)

Reservations close Wednesday, July 6.
A minimum of 15 reservations required for the field trip to go.
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Email *
Full Preferred Name *
Phone/Text Number *
How many people in your party? *
Please list below the names and ages of each person planning to attend: *
Transportation Assistance
We know that gas prices are high right now. We do not want anyone to miss out on this fun experience due to financial hardship. Thanks to a grant from the Social Justice Fund, we are able to provide entrance and lunch for all participants. If you and your family need additional assistance with transportation or gas, please mark the box below and a Racial Justice member will be in touch with you to make transportation arrangements.
Transportation Assistance
About Four Rivers Cultural Center & Museum
The amazing story of the Western Treasure Valley is told through the lenses of the different communities who call this home. Through ethnically diverse presentations of history, the museum inspires and involves our community in transcending formed opinions and experiencing rich cultural expression.

The museum and center tell the stories of the heritages that are shaping our region and nation, presenting authentic stories of history and celebrating the important contributions each group has made. The Center and its programming aim to tackle inequities in our community, empowering all people.

Visit their website here: https://4rcc.com/
Thank you for your reservation! We are so glad that you are joining us.  If you have questions, please contact Eileen Oldag at 501.310.1777.
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