This summer, let your kids learn history by living it.
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Are you looking for a convenient summer day camp that offers your children something fun, different and educational? Then consider letting them step back in time at Dunwoody’s first and only history camp for children at the newly restored Donaldson-Bannister House and Gardens – an authentic 1870 farm, right in the middle of the city.
For rising 2nd – 5th graders, activities are designed to inspire, entertain and educate every day. All sessions are planned and led by experienced educators. For more information on Camp Flashback education team, please click here.
Just a few of the activities that will capture your child’s imagination.
- Hand-cranking ice cream
- Hand-dipping candles
- Making and playing a board game
- Feeding farm animals
- And so much more
Four convenient sessions:
Weeks 1 & 3 (June 18- 22; July 9 – 13)
Family Life & Transportation will include activities such as creating paper and quill pen, sewing, quilting, weaving, exploring period bikes, railroad, wagons, and horses.
Weeks 2 & 4 (June 25- 29; July 16 – 20)
School Days, Games & Music will include activities such as calligraphy, learning about and using chalk and slate, making and playing 19th century games, singing and playing musical instruments.
Camp hours: 9:30 am-3:00 pm
Price per session: $200 for DPT members; $225 for non-members
Early drop-off and late pick-up available at $85 per week when added at Registration.
Fees: $200 for members; $225 for non-members; $250 to add basic membership and register 1 child (this option also offers 1 one-day ride wristband for Lemonade Days 2018).
The Donaldson-Bannister House and Gardens, 4831 Chamblee Dunwoody Road, Dunwoody, GA 30338.
For more information about Camp Flashback, please contact Suzanne Huff, Executive Director, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sponsored by Dunwoody Preservation Trust and staffed by experienced educators, Camp Flashback will let campers experience history by doing the ordinary things the original children of the farm would have done. They will get the feel of living in the past as they learn by doing – without technology.