Category Archives: For kids
The Trumbull Historical Society will run a summer camp that explores different periods in American history by focusing on a doll from the American Girl Collection.
The Greenwich Historical Society has openings remaining it its summer history and art camp held at its Bush-Holley historic building. Children participating in the summer camp next month will visit historical sites in Greenwich, role play historical characters, learn what … Continue reading
The Fairfield Museum and History Center has openings remaining in its history summer camps for children. Children can explore history and culture in a creative and fun learning environment, travel back in time to discover life in colonial times at the Ogden … Continue reading
The New Canaan Historical Society has openings in its colonial summer camp for children. Children can discover what life was like in the American past through fun, historically inspired crafts and activities. Children will explore the New Canaan Historical Society’s … Continue reading
Following a fire that severely damaged a section of its historic warehouse and dock, the Connecticut River Musem closed exhibits for the time being and rescheduled its Family Maritime Festival to Saturday, Aug. 21. The family festival, set for 1 … Continue reading
History Without Walls aims to bring history to the public by bringing it alive. Tom Angels shows Ben Fligelman, 6, at left, and Kate and Anna Whittle, both 7, how Revolutionary War soldiers loaded cannons Hands on activities, costumed reenactors … Continue reading