FIELD TRIP PROGRAM
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“What Heritage Means to Me” Field Workshop and Trip Program is for grades 4 through 8 (ages 9 to 15). Public school, private school, home school, youth groups and visiting/touring student groups are welcome!
The "What Heritage Means to Me" Public School Field Trip Program offers groups of up to 30 fourth to eighth graders an interactive tour and discussion of The Heritage Collection: Photographs and Oral Histories of West Winter Park, a permanent, museum-quality exhibition of more than 100 framed, archival pieces that capture the lives of Winter Park’s African-American community. Also on display is the Hannibal Square Timeline that documents significant local and national events in African-American history since the Emancipation Proclamation.
A discussion followed by a tour is led by a community historian. Then students participate in a visual art hands-on workshop, creating a piece of folk art based on their personal experience of tradition, heritage, family, community and country.
For scheduling and pricing, contact: Barbara Chandler, Heritage Center Manager, at 407-539-2680 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Educational Tours are also available. See Plan Your Visit