Feb 27 - Hands-on History Homeschool Series Begins
Hands-On History and Cultures of the World!
Four Wednesdays, 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
February 27-March 20, 2013.
Children ages eight to thirteen are sure to enjoy this engaging and educational series about people around the world! Each week we will explore diverse cultures through hands-on activities and discussions of language, art, food, religion and more:
- Inca: Mummies and Might in South America
- Vikings: Fact, Fiction, and Fun
- India: Many People, Many Traditions
- Australian Aboriginal People: Dream Time and Modern Time
Register Online or download the form at the bottom of this post.
Cost and Registration for the Four-Class Series:
$45 / child or grandchild of non-members
$40 / child or grandchild of Oberlin Heritage Center members
(Early Bird Discount! Register prior to January 16 and take $5 off the price.)
Classes are led by an experienced instructor and assisted by an adult volunteer. Classes will be held at the Oberlin Depot at 240 South Main Street.
The series will be led by Liz Schultz, the Museum Education and Tour Coordinator of the Oberlin Heritage Center. She graduated with degrees in archaeology and anthropology and then earned a M.A. in museum studies with a focus in museum education. Liz enjoys inspiring curiosity, creativity, and an appreciation for diverse cultures, past and present.
A maximum of 17 participants will be accepted. Registrations are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Participants must register for the entire four-class series. Classes may be cancelled if a minimum enrollment of eight is not met by one week prior to the start date. No refunds will be made within one week prior to the start of the series.
Questions? Call the Museum Education and Tour Coordinator, Liz Schultz at 440-774-1700 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.