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Home School Days

Hint of History Workshops

Our home-school curriculum is developed to meet standards for grades K-5, but all ages enjoy our programs. Bring your 4-year-old or your high schooler – they are sure to have a great time with our hands-on activities and projects!

Questions? Email Alexandria Olejniczak at Alexandria.Olejniczak.ocfl.net or call 407-836-6704.

This year we are introducing a new pricing structure to make signing up your family easier. You will be choosing your group size. This includes any adult and participating students who are over the age of 4. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at the email and phone above.

Stitching Together History

Friday, September 9, 1 – 3 p.m.

Let’s celebrate National Sewing Month with plenty of hands-on learning! Discover how seamstresses helped us safely explore the moon, practice basic stitching patterns, and more!

Registration includes museum admission, workshop and activity supplies, and a take-home activity packet to inspire further learning!

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Brain Break: Mental Health Edition

Friday, October 14, 1 – 3 p.m.

Everyone has emotions, but how did we start developing the important skill of understanding them?  For Mental Health Awareness Month, we’ll learn about important people who have helped raise awareness and explore easy activities we can use to help us with our own every day.

Registration includes museum admission, workshop and activity supplies, and a take-home activity packet to inspire further learning!

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Floridian Veterans and the History They Made

Friday, November 11, 1 – 3 p.m.

In honor of Veterans Day, we’ll focus on the contribution of veterans throughout Florida’s history. Learn about their work and sacrifices, discover how historians preserve their stories, and explore the impact that individuals can have.

Registration includes museum admission, workshop and activity supplies, and a take-home activity packet to inspire further learning!

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The Magic of Music

Friday, December 9, 1 – 3 p.m.

Jive your way through musical history to discover how music has been used to bring communities together and to spread messages around the world. This workshop will explore different genres of music with funky fresh crafts and activities to go along.

Registration includes museum admission, workshop and activity supplies, and a take-home activity packet to inspire further learning!

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