Fort Martin Scott Summer Camps (Tuesdays in July)
Jul 10 2018 to Jul 31 2018
“Where the footprints of yesterday impact the footsteps of today” and designed for students 1st though 5th grades. Camps are held at the Fort Martin Scott Learning Center. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
July 10 Explore Native American Ways – Learn from Native Americans in a series of stations about the way of the Native American Indians. Participants will hear about conservation, wisdom of the ancient ways and the connections we all share.
July 17 Explore Military Life at the Fort – When the Fort was alive in 1848, discipline was a way of life. Walk through the stations, each with a lesson to teach about how hardship can bring us to a great sense of happiness when we work together.
July 24 Explore Drovers and Cattle Trails – Drovers (Cowboys and Cowgirls) were always passing through the Fort with their spirit of determination and camaraderie. The stations will give participants a glimpse into what their life was like on the open range.
July 31 Explore Pioneer Family Life – The pioneers who built the community of Fredericksburg played an important role at the Fort. Perseverance guided them through difficulties. Stations will teach the life of those that went before us here in Fredericksburg.
9 am to 2:30 pm. $10 per person per camp.
Address: 1606 E. Main