Summer with the Past 2017











Chapman-Hall House
June 26 -30
9 AM to 1 PM
Fee $65 ($55 for Members)

Pownalborough Court House
July 10 – 14
9 AM to 3 PM
Fee $115 ($105 for Members)
1811 Old Jail
August 7 - 11
9 AM to 3 PM
Fee $115 ($105 for Members)

Summer with the Past programs are open to children age 8, 9, and 10. Each week-long session will be held at a different historic site where the participants will be introduced to its unique history a different historic site where the participants will be intro- duced to its unique history and enjoy a variety of art projects and games popular in the 18th and 19th Centuries. These activities vary depending on the historic site. A highlight for each of the three programs this year will be the making of hand puppets.

In addition, to support summer reading, each child will choose an historical theme book to borrow for the week for reading at home. During the two sessions that run until 3 PM additional activities will focus specifically on the history of the site.

A Registration Form is linked to this page. REGISTRATION FORM

Children will need to bring their own snack, drink, and lunch. Please have children arrive on time to begin the day’s activities and please pick them up promptly at the end of the day’s program.

We look forward to meeting your child and sharing a fun week of history and activities. Please feel free to contact us with any questions.

Louise Miller, LCHA Education Coordinator, is the director of Summer with the Past. She brings to the program an extensive background in museum work and school programs built on American history, particularly daily life in the 18th and early 19th centuries. During the rest of the year, Louise is working with mid-coast schools to enhance awareness of LCHA’s three historic sites and the roles they played in the development of the Lincoln County we know today.