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Vacation Week, Summer, and After-School Programs
History is FUN and the Lebanon Historical Society vacation, summer and after-schoolprograms convince dozens of children of this every year. Program topics and time vary, but every program provides a chance for children to explore an aspect of the past, try a period craft activity and develop new interest and skills.
Recent program topics have included:
Genealogy and family trees
Textiles and Fiber crafts
Map reading and drawing
Exploring a historic cemetery
Programs in the planning stages for the next several years include:
A Girl’s Life in 1750
Joseph Plumb Martin – the Life of a Revolutionary War Soldier
Stories Hidden in Objects
A Girl’s Life in 1800
The Art of Valentine Making
Stories Hidden in Old Photos
Programs are listed on the Historical Society website Calendar of Events several weeks in advance. For information about a specific program, costs, or schedule, please or call 860-642-6579.