11:30 a.m. Fur Factor Learn about the construction methods and materials – including brains – utilized by the Woodland Indians in the creation of clothing from creatures. (approximately 30 minutes) 12:30 p.m. Do You Have Time To Quill? Writing was … Continue reading →
1:30 p.m. What Not To Do When Pirates Attack In case of attack by pirates, follow these rules: 1) Whatever you do…don’t make them angry. 2) Refer to rule #1. Come down to the ship and learn what the cannons … Continue reading →
11:30 a.m. Airing Dirty Laundry: A Wagging of Tongues Come chat with members of the Plantation household, as they show how expertly they can clean their clothes and – at the same time – share their “dirty laundry” with anyone … Continue reading →
11:30 a.m. From the Ground Up: Extreme Shelter Makeover How did the natives build and repair their houses and shelters? Witness and learn about the construction methods and materials utilized by the first occupants of this land. Maybe you can … Continue reading →
11:30 a.m. We Can Build A Boat…Canoe? Visit the Woodland Indian Hamlet to learn how the Yaocomaco people created canoes without metal tools, and how fire could be a most valuable tool. (approximately 20 minutes) 12:30 p.m. All’s Wool That … Continue reading →
Summer Camp: Build it. . . Wear it. . . Eat it. . . Live it
History is so much more than dates, names and places. It’s architecture, food, clothing and much more! Join us for an immersive experience where you will be able to dig in the river for clay, make wooden nails, bake the colonial way, and make felt.
Designed for rising 5th and 6th-graders.
Register online or download information and registration form here.