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March Break Activities @ the Museum - A Day In the Life of A Child of the Early Settlers
A Day In the Life of A Child of the Early Settlers
What was it like to be 8 years old 220 years ago? What was it like to go to school? Were there schools? How were chores done by the girls different than those done by the young boys? How did flax turn into linen? After a presentation about the daily life of an early settler child, you’ll have a chance to use a slate “notebook,” learn how to add and subtract using an abacus, and try your hand at spinning. Ages 8+.
90 minute presentations at 10:30 am and 1:00 pm.
All Week Long: Pick up your copy of Valley Town Crossword Puzzle. Find all your answers in the DM+A’s Cradled in the Valley: Stories of Dundas Gallery.