Fall Homeschool Day
How did people in the eighteenth century celebrate the fall season?
Would you believe with wild beef, pickled cauliflower, and pumpkins?
Information & Registration
Join the Charlotte Museum of History on Monday October 30th for Fall 2017’s Homeschool Day.
OCTOBER 30, 2017
1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
3500 SHAMROCK DRIVE
Charlotte Museum of History invites all homeschoolers to journey to the Piedmont of the past for a highly interactive three-hour program.
Students will learn how families of the late 18th century prepared for winter, preserved food, harnessed resources, and celebrated the coming of a new season. They will bring home souvenirs of the fun, hands-on learning activities from their day at the Museum.
This event is open to all homeschool families, as well as any other families looking for a fun adventure on a Teacher Work Day.
Activities are appropriate for all ages, but there will also be special activities for toddlers through Pre-K.
For questions about the curriculum or logistics of Homeschool Day at the Charlotte Museum of History, please contact Education Specialist Lauren Wallace by calling 704-568- 1774 or EMAIL.
Space is limited so you may want to register online HERE right away!