Homeschool Heritage Program

Homeschool Heritage Program

Students ages 7-15 have the opportunity to explore the lifestyle of a 19th-century homestead.  We will offer workshops throughout the winter and spring, where participants will have the opportunity to engage in STEAM-based classes.  Each of these workshops offers unique, hands-on opportunities for children to engage in learning. Classes tie history to STEAM curricula, such as outdoor skills, cooking, and heritage crafts.

This program is offered for two age groups, 7-10 years old and 11-15 years old, for each workshop day. See the listing below for workshops by age and day.

All state-regulated COVID-19 guidelines will be followed. Masks required.

Things You Need to Know

Cost: $15.00 per class
Who: Homeschool Students ages 7-10 or ages 11-15
When: 9:30-12:00

Workshops

September 24

Ages 7-10: Changing Seasons and Changing Leaves
Learn about the changing seasons and see what autumn brings to the farm. Go on a nature walk to look for signs of fall and create a leaf craft to take home.
Instructor: Tara Burnley and Janet Mishkin

Ages 11-15: Hearth Cooking
Join us to learn how people cooked in the past. Try your hand at different cooking techniques used on our open hearth. We’ll learn about using what’s available and make seasonally appropriate dishes to sample.
Instructor: Rachel Kresge

Registration

To register for a workshop, please call the farm at 570-992-6161 or click here to register online. When registering online please put your child(ren)’s name(s) and age(s) in the notes during checkout.

Your registration is complete only when payment is received.

For more information call 570-992-6161.