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Diggin' in the Dirt Summer Camp 2015

Monday, August 3, 9:00amFriday, August 7, 3:00pm
Children $150 for nonmembers' children and grandchildren Members $135 for VHS members' children and grandchildren (Join today)
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Virginia House
Part of the Summer Camp category.
Part of the program.

This day camp introduces participants to a variety of educational and craft activities. During the week-long program, campers ages 6-8 learn about Virginia plants, weather, and gardening. Projects include creating butterfly gardens, growing herbs, making stepping stones, learning cloud types, and weather charting. The week concludes with a Mad Hatter's tea party hosted by the camp participants for family and staff, during which craft projects are presented and certificates distributed. 

Reservations required; please call 804.353.4251 or email Kathryn Lewis.

For children ages 6–8.

Kathryn Lewis (Virginia House Site Manager)

Kathryn Lewis, Virginia House Site Manager

Are you interested in a program at Virginia House? Please contact me at 804.353.4251 or klewis@vahistorical.org to register for a program.

 

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