EDUCATION AT THE PAVEK MUSEUM
The perfect compliment to our Broadcast Workshop, The Wonderful World of Electromagnetism introduces youngsters in grades four through six to the force that powers our modern world, from electronic communication to electric power generation. Students learn the basic concepts of the relationship between electricity and magnetism with a variety of hands-on activities that are both educational and entertaining.
The Museum offers a Workshop Combo combining the Broadcast Workshop with the Electromagnetism Workshop allowing students to participate in two unique field trip experiences in one day. Broadcast Workshops may also be conducted in conjunction with related workshops on electricity and magnetism at the nearby Bakken Museum.
COMING SOON TO THE PAVEK MUSEUM!
TWO NEW SUMMER CAMPS FOR 2018:
Radio Play Production
(We will update this page as soon as more details are available.)
VINTAGE RADIO SERVICE
For The Collector And Hobbyist
Vintage Radio Service, a course in antique radio repair, is conducted over seven Saturday mornings. The Spring 2018 semester will begin Saturday, March 31, 2018, at 10:00 am. It's designed for collectors and hobbyists who want to bring in that old radio and get it running again. Price for the class is $150 (plus parts) for seven Saturday mornings. We provide schematics and all the help you need to do it right.
Sign up now for the Spring 2018 session before it's too late!
Now You're Talking
Ham Radio Technician Course
The Technician Class License Course runs 10 consecutive Saturday mornings, starting January 6, 2018, (from 10:00 am - noon) right here at the Museum. It is sponsored by the Minnesota Youth Amateur Radio Council, the Boy Scouts, and the Pavek. This is a great way to get into ham radio. Cost is only $10 per student for the class and $15 for the test. Please purchase and read “2014-2018 Technician Class" by Gordon West available at Radio City or on Amazon.com before our first session. Call: 952-593-9641
Space for all of our educational programs is limited; students must register in advance.
Please contact the Pavek Museum at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 952/926-8198