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SUMMER-Old Salem yesterday camps

Five Yesterdays Summer Program at Old Salem Museums & Gardens ó for rising third- through eighth-graders. This hands-on one week program concentrates on the skills and crafts of the Moravians in Salem. Children will learn history with their own hands while experiencing pottery, hearthside cooking, woodworking, historic textiles and other early American skills and trades. The week culminates in dressing in costume and attending a Moravian Lovefeast. Sessions available from June 20 through July 29.
Go to www.oldsalem.org for more info or call 721-7390
Three Yesterdays ó For rising first- through second- graders. This program is an exciting and hands-on way to learn history. Follow Herr Kater through Salem to discover how children worked, learned and played long ago. Make and play with 18th century toys, hearth cooking, gardening, puppet shows and many more activities. Program is from 9 a.m. to noon on July 5, 6, and 7.
See www.oldsalem.org for more details or call 721-7390.

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