Storrowton Village Museum introduces Pioneer Kids Week, a new week-long school vacation program taking place April 16-20, 2018 for children ages 7 - 12.
The program will feature themed days full of fun, educational activities. Science will come alive in the Blacksmith Shop. Math skills will be emphasized on a “Geometry walk” through the Village and while doing some 19th century shopping in the Potter General Store. Children will be able to use their imaginations during activities such as working with clay, printmaking and mosaics.
Special homesteading activities will teach about the lives of pioneer children in the 1800s, including cooking, butter churning, candle dipping, seed planting, soap making and more.
Special guests that week include the goats from Sweet Pea Farm, Native American expert Gail White and the young musicians of Tree-O Fiddlers. Cactushead Puppets will join the program at the end of the week for an entertaining performance and a make-your-own puppet workshop.
Pioneer Kids Week has a parent-friendly schedule, running from 8:30am to 4:30pm with an extended day option from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Cost for the five-day school vacation program is $200 with a $20 add-on for the late pick-up option.
Pre-registration is required by April 6. To register, visit StorrowtonVillage.com.
PS - Need summer vacation ideas? Dates for Storrowton's Early American Summer Days program are: July 30 to Aug. 3 and Aug. 6-10.