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Interactive Homeschool Program

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We offer homeschool students hands-on, season-based classes that interpret domestic and agricultural life through the past 200 years.

THE BASICS ARE ANYTHING BUT BASIC

Remick Homeschool Classes

ONE MONDAY A MONTH, SEPTEMBER–JUNE | 10AM–12 NOON

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Our “one-room schoolhouse” is an entire farmstead!

  • Classes are season- and history-based
  • Classes feature discovery through the senses and hands-on activities
  • Group discussion encourages a deeper understanding of each themed class
  • For students ages 6 and up (except where specified otherwise)
  • Classes offered September–June
    NEW for the 2018-2019 season, classes do not necessarily fall on the 3rd Monday of the month
  • Pre-registration is required
    • Participants must sign up by the Monday prior to each scheduled class
    • We are unable to accommodate walk-ins fro Homeschool classes
  • Students must be accompanied by a parent or adult chaperone, not left unattended
  • For group visits, see our Schools & Teachers webpage
  • Learn about our Homeschool Study Guide ~ available on Amazon


COST: $6/participant, unless noted otherwise
Ages 6 & up, unless noted otherwise

Pre-registration required See month-by-month details, below
No charge for accompanying adult unless directly participating in the day’s project.
Registration closes the Monday prior to each class: call 603-323-7591.
Registration & Cancellation Policies 

For information unrelated to reservations, please contact:
Dawn Evans
Program Manager
603-323-5115
devans@remickmuseum.org.

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2018–2019 CLASS DETAILS
Participants must pre-register by the Monday prior to the class date.

2018

September 17 | Making Apple Cider  Sold out!
Celebrate the autumnal season by making delicious apple cider. Students will learn about apples, the history behind the elixir of apple cider, and the important role apple cider plays.

October 15 | Orienteering
This is an outdoor class and participants will use a compass to locate objects around the backyard of
the museum.

November 19 | Cooking on the Hearth  Sold out!
How did people cook before the days of electric stoves, microwaves, and Foreman Grills? Help prepare, cook, and feast upon a simple meal cooked over coals and flame—participants should dress in layers. Limited space; for ages 7 and up. NOTE: The cost for this class is $8/participant.

December 17 | Historic Holiday Crafts & Outdoor Cooking Demonstration  Sold out!
Students will make fun crafts. Then, we’ll move outside to sample cocoa and gingerbread around an outdoor fire and learn some outdoor cooking techniques.

2019

January 14 | Old World Foods Meet New World Foods
Do you know where apples and corn are from? Learn where many of our foods originated. There will be a brief power point and interactive food game as well as discussion time. There will be a sample of Old World and New World food to try.  

Feb 11 | Learn to Bake in the Commercial Kitchen
Students will each have a station to create a delicious dessert. There will be two classes of 10 students each: the first from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. the second from 12-2 p.m. Be sure to sign up early for this one to secure your preferred time.

March 18 | Herbal Remedies
We will learn to make slippery elm lozenges, brew and taste an herbal tea, and create a lip balm to soothe chapped lips. 

April 22 | Earth Day
It’s all about birds. Learn about migration, feathers, beaks, colors, legs and other fascinating characteristics of birds. There will be an interactive beak game, and a create-a-bird portion to the class.
 

May 20 | From Ewe to You
All about wool. Learn how agriculture influences what you wear, and how that sheep’s clothing became yours.

June 17 | Wild Edibles
This tasty class will take place outside, foraging for, and sampling, many delicious plants that can be found right in our backyards. This class will be outdoors; please come prepared for the day’s weather.

September 23 | Woodworking
We will make a wooden box with leather hinges. Materials will be supplied—a treasure to hold your treasures will be created. NOTE: The cost for this class is $8/participant.

October 21 | Making Apple Cider
This tasty class will take place outdoors, so please come prepared for the day’s weather. Learn about apples and the importance of apple cider and vinegar.

Nov. 18 | Indigo Dyeing
Learn how to use plants for dyeing clothing, paper, and other materials. Students will learn all of the necessary dyeing steps and leave with a unique, handcrafted item.

Dec 16 | Crafts & More Crafts
This class is festive and fills up quickly. Our educators will surprise you with their depth of creativity and students will leave with several handmade items.

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