August 2, 3 & 4
10am-2pm each day
$90 per child
Through hands-on activities children explore and discover what life may have been like for someone their age in the 18th century.
Activities include but are not limited to churning butter, making “delft” tiles, examining 18th century documents and writing with a quill pen and ink, working in the vegetable garden, carding wool, learning how to spin using a drop spindle, making cornhusk dolls, learning about 18th century forms of money.
To register your child and for more information please contact the Senate House at (845) 338-2786.