Home- School History Adventures
These programs are designed for families with children ages 6 and older. $5 per child
Fridays 10 a.m.- Noon
Details: Bryan Truzzie at 751-4946 or
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4th, AT 10 AM - NOON
Did you know that Midlothian was the site of the first commercial coal mines in North America? Take a guided tour and discover what coal mining was all about. Participate in a scale hardness test and learn how to classify rocks. This activity addresses geology and coal mining. The program meets at the amphitheater in front of the lake at the Midlothian Mines Park, 13286 North Woolridge Road
WORLD WAR I: THE WAR TO END ALL WAR
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11th, AT 10 AM - NOON
This program will address impacts to soldiers facing life on the front in World War I. Learn about the involvement of American troops during the war, trench warfare, equipment, gear, the food they ate, challenges they faced and discover some of the battlefield, improvements such as tanks, airplanes, artillery and more. Meet at the Chesterfield Museum, 6813 Mimms Loop
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th, AT 10 AM- NOON
Learn some of the basics of navigation, experience how to use a handheld receiver as you search for clues on a scavenger hunt and search for caches or hidden treasure. Learn the basics of how to use a compass, understand basic uses of topographic maps and how these functions are important. Historic Castlewood House, at the corner of Iron Bridge Road and Krause Road.
DISCOVERING CHESTERFIELD'S PAST
THIS TOUR IS CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
This program addresses life in rural Chesterfield long ago. Visit a replica of an early 20th century General Store and imagine life in a bygone era. Take a tour of the historic Courthouse Green and learn about the training site for Colonial soldiers and their fight for religious freedom. Chesterfield Museum, 6813 Mimms Loop.