Ring the school bell, wipe your slate, and take your seat. Class will soon be in session at the Little Red Schoolhouse, and this year's theme is "New Inventions: 1865-1913."
The Historical Society welcomes students who have completed first through sixth grades to experience life in a one-room schoolhouse for one week this summer.
They’ll learn about a whole variety of historic inventions—from the telephone to crayons, automobiles, and zoetropes. And they’ll get to sing old songs, play games, make crafts, and churn ice cream.
Sessions begin in late June and run through early August. Registration is $60.00 per student, and is due by June 5th.