Posted on Jan 27 2014 in Events by admin
An HEAV-Sponsored Event
Location: 1632 Belle Isle Road, Lancaster
Date: Friday, May 2, 2014, from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Cost: There is no fee for the program, but preregistration is required. Download the form here.
Registration: Preregister by March 21, 2014
Description: Museums, historic sites and parks located within and around the Northern neck region are hosting a one-day event focusing on educational and interactive programs for homeschool groups. Hands-on activities will make subjects such as these come alive:
- 18th century brick-making and construction of brick walls
- Colonial and native American clothing
- John Smith’s shallop
- Reading, writing and schooling in early America
- Indians in the Northern neck
- Water utility analysis
- Original source documents and maps of the Northern neck
- 18th century gardens and house patterns.
There will be take home information provided by each presenting organization. This is an outdoor event. Attendees may bring their own lunch; however, there will be a vendor on-site selling BBQ, hot dogs, burgers, chips, soda and water. Please keep a few points in mind to ensure everyone has an enjoyable and productive day.
- There must be one accompanying adult for every five children.
- No pets allowed.
- Car-pooling is encouraged.
- Allow about four hours to enjoy the activities, including lunch.
Get more information here.