Live three hundred years in one day! During the months of July and August it's all living history all the time at Historic Richmond Town, where costumed interpreters bring the sounds, smells, tastes, and sights of the past to life for visitors. We also offer the opportunity for young people to get their hands on history with engaging educational programs.
Never heard of our apprentice program? Well, the camp has been around for over thirty years and has graduated teens who have gone on to be successful leaders in the community. Many currently serve on the Boards of museums and other organizations. The program instills an appreciation of character, culture and service that helps define the qualities of good leaders.
Session 1 JUNE 30 2014 - JULY 11 2014
Session 2 JULY 14 2014 - JULY 25 2014
For children 11-14.
Time travel to an era in America's past when people made most everything they needed by hand. Apprenticeships are available for Session 1 in Tinsmithing, Cooking, Carpentry and Dollmaking for an opportunity to do an intensive exploration of a trade or activity of the past. Session 2 includes Tinsmithing, Blacksmithing, Cooking, and Dollmaking.
$350 and $325 for members of the Staten Island Historical Society.
Space is limited and registration will be based on date application is received.
Call (718) 351-1611, Ext. 281 for reservations and information.
The Health Waiver is not needed until your application is accepted.