Join Miss Ladybug and the SoulShine crew for an adventure into the past to explore what life was like for people who lived here long ago.
We will visit museums and be inspired by the Native people who first settled the land we share. We’ll discuss what it may be like to be Native American today and what it was like before this country was colonized.
Campers will enjoy fun crafts, in-depth field trips and hands-on cooking demonstrations and gain a better understanding of our country’s identity and an appreciation for the resources we all share.
Homestead Atlanta members enjoy a discount on this and a number of other community events. Find out more about our family & individual memberships here.
• SoulShine Homestead students and members of The Homestead Atlanta: $45/day
• Non-enrolled students: $55/day
Friday, October 7
Field Trip | Georgia State Museum: Campers will explore the maintained artifacts including historic art and flags
Activities | • Basket Weaving •Baking Pumpkin Journey Cake
Monday, October 10
Field Trip | Fernbank Museum: First Georgian’s Exhibit - Campers will explore early chiefdoms of Georgia through artifacts
Activities | • Creating Dream Catchers •Baking Cherokee Bean Bread
Tueday, October 11
Field Trip | Carlos Museum: Campers will visit the current exhibition of Coiling: basketry art of Native North Americans
Activities | • Terracotta Handbuilding • Ground Sunflower Snacks
- Any admission fees for field trips are included in tuition
- Two healthy snacks will be provided each day (9:30 am and 3:00 pm)
- Please provide a large healthy non-refrigerated lunch and a water bottle for each day
- Additional details will be provided upon registration