Dates: December 3–21, 2018

Hours: 9:30–1:30 p.m. This  4-hour program includes hands-on activities and take home items.
Group Size: Minimum: 10 students/program; maximum 50.
Fee: $6.00 per student. 1 adult free for every 7 students.
Transportation providers free.

Register online or call 802-457-2355: weekdays 8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.

Historic Celebrations of Christmas and Light

Discover holiday traditions rooted in family and community.

GRADES 1–8  Visit our authentically-decorated 1890 Farm House and discover through primary sources and hands-on activities, how families and communities celebrated. Students will spend time in the livestock barns learning how winter care of animals differs from other times of the year,  and that even on holidays, the farm work must be done. Dip a candle to take home and discover its significance as a source of light for the long winter nights and many holiday celebrations, including Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa.