An active experiential learning opportunity which includes an 1817 one-room schoolhouse role-play, hands-on colonial-era crafts, a journey to the Ashokan homestead where students help bake and chop wood while learning about sustainable living, and introduction to the history of Indigenous people in the region at our Native American wigwam replica. Maple sugaring and apple cidering also offered seasonally.
Classes & Activities:
– 19th Century Homestead Journey
– Blacksmithing or Tin & Broom Craft Choice
– 1817 Schoolhouse Roleplay
– Cathedral Gorge Hike
– You Pick! (Recommendations: Cidering, Maple Sugaring, Archery)
Evening Program choices: Revolutionary War Hero, Campfire with S’Mores, The War of 1812, Square and Contra Dance and Music with Peter, Paul and George