Learn & Play
Ben Franklin, not Daniel Boone, first popularized the coonskin cap during his exploits in France while there rallying support for the American colonists’ revolt.
Winter Break Day Camps
Wednesday, January 2, 2013
Thursday, January 3, 2013
Friday, January 4, 2013
9 a.m. – 4 p.m. (extended care option 4 – 5:30 p.m.)
NOTE: All 2013 Winter Break Day Camps are SOLD OUT.
Above, a camper shows off the Kachina doll
she created during our Native American winter solstice exploration.
$35 Members (per day)
$45 Non-Members (per day)
$15 Extended Care (per week, no per diem rate)
$95 Combo – Camp/Family Membership Combo (This combo includes one day of camp and a family membership. Offer is for new members only.)
The presents have been opened, the tree has come down, and all of the cookies have been eaten . . . but there is still tons of fun to be had before heading back to school!
The Frazier History Museum will be taking full advantage of all the New Year cheer by inviting children, grades K-5, to come and join a series of full-day programming. Come for just one day, or join us for all three, as we explore the traditional music, games, tastes, and unique festivities of first-of-the-year celebrations from all corners of the globe. (Parents Please Note: although some of the celebrations we will discover are born out of deeply held spiritual beliefs, this programming might focus on traditions, not religions.)
Check out camp photos here!