Stratford Hall Homeschool Day sponsored by the Home Educators Association of Virginia

  • Thu, Sep 8, 2022 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Stratford Hall

    483 Great House Road
    Stratford, Virginia 22520
Ticket Price $0.00-$15.00 This event is now over
Description

A HEAV-Sponsored Event. Calling all homeschoolers! 

Join us Thursday, September 8th for our Hands-On History: Homeschool Day in partnership the Home Educators Association of Virginia. There will be several fun and educational opportunities available for students and adults to enjoy throughout the day. Take a self-guided audio tour of the Great House and historic area, along with a scavenger hunt activity for the children. Learn about colonial foodways and the influence of enslaved cooks on American cuisine while watching an 18th-century cooking demonstration with historical interpreter, Dontavius Williams. Experience the music of the African Diaspora through drumming demonstrations by Slam Stewart. Talk to our knowledgeable museum educators about Paleontology, Archaeology, and Historic Preservation at Stratford Hall. Or explore our over 1,800-acre site through miles of nature trails and sharks tooth hunting on the Stratford Hall Public Beach.

Pre-registration for this program is encouraged, but not required. Tickets will be available for purchase onsite the day of the program. We encourage families to pack a picnic lunch and take advantage of our multiple picnic areas throughout the property. Spend the day with us at Stratford Hall! Please contact Kelly Childress, Director of Education, at kchildress@stratfordhall.org or (804) 493-1972, with any questions regarding our Hands On History: Homeschool Day.

Date & Time

Thu, Sep 8, 2022 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Venue Details

Stratford Hall

483 Great House Road
Stratford, Virginia 22520 Stratford Hall
Stratford Hall

A National Historic Landmark, Stratford Hall is home to the Lees of Virginia and is located in the Northern Neck of Virginia. Nestled along the Potomac River, Stratford Hall’s nearly 2,000 acres come to life through the presentation and preservation of the 18th-century Great House, vibrant gardens, natural trails revealing breathtaking river views, and the stories of all who lived here.