Summer Camp for a Day: A Patchwork of History
Ends on 07/26/2012 at 02:00PM
Campers will learn the art of quilting and learn about quilts that were made by Early Americans, slaves, and Americans today. Crafts will include various quilt-making activities. The Museum will host eight unique, one-day summer camps for children ages 7-12. This camp is a full day of activities without the long term commitment. Campers will learn about different aspects of history and participate in a variety of hands-on craft projects based on the Museum’s exhibits. Space is limited. Advance registration required. Members: $25 for any 1 session & $65 for any 3 sessions. Non-Members: $30 for any 1 session & $80 for any 3. Call for more information, 973-377-2982 x12.
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