This free family event will allow participants to engage in scavenger hunts, crafts, games, and more at the historic sites of the Lakeshore Museum Center. At the Hackley & Hume Historic Site, information about architecture and local history will be presented. At The Fire Barn, participants will learn about the changes in technology over time, and at the Scolnik House of the Depression Era, visitors will learn about harvesting food techniques. There will be a literacy-based make-and-take activity lead by AmericCorps and museum staff members at each of the three sites.
This is a joint project of the Lakeshore Museum Center and AmeriCorps members serving with the Michigan Education Corps (MEC) Reading Corps.