Folsom,March 11,History Day Camp,9 to 3,3rd to 6th graders, $30
Folsom History Day Camp
March 11, 2017
An exciting interactive day camp focusing on Folsom's rich history as a hub for the Gold Rush and other "firsts" in California, is being offered by our Education Department.
Continuing on Saturday, March 11th, the camp will go from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Pioneer Village on the corner of Leidesdorff and Wool Streets in Historic Folsom. Held on the second Saturday of each month our camp staff includes elementary teachers, museum docents, Folsom and Bella Vista High School students and local artists.
We've created fun-filled learning experiences integrated with the Arts and designed for students in 3rd through 6th grade. Parents can drop children off at the Pioneer Village Living History Museum for a full day of pioneering crafts, music, dancing, storytelling, poetry, drama and art projects that help us uncover and discover our local history with "new eyes."
Aligned with CA elementary History-Social Studies, Language Arts and Visual and Performing Arts standards, students will learn history through hands-on, minds-on engagement with the Arts.
To guarantee a small student to teacher ratio, enrollment is limited to 20 children.