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Freetown Village Summer Camp
Children who participate will benefit by developing self-esteem, a strong sense of community, and an appreciation of history and culture. Freetown Village Summer Day Camp incorporates African American history and culture into a six-week interactive and immersive camp experience. Each day is divided into small and large group activities. Each week includes a cultural field trip, old-fashioned games, team building activities, storytelling, manners, drama, history and culture projects, crafts, and hands-on projects and activities.
Audience: Children ages 5-14 years old (K-8th grades, Fall 2017)
Audience Size: 60 maximum per week
Program Length: Six weeks (flexible enrollment)
Learn about the daily life of children and adults during the 19th century as you participate and make a candle, churn butter, quilt, or make a braided rug. You can enjoy some old-fashioned ice cream, but first you will have to take your turn at the churn. All of the workshops are hands-on and age-appropriate.
Audience: 2nd grade and up
Audience Size: Up to 30 Fee: $185.00 ($165.00 for K-12 schools)
Program Length: 45-60 minutes(may vary depending on the workshop)