Stanley-Whitman House Teacherhostel™ – A Day in Historic Farmington Village

Date: June 2, 2007

Location: Stanley-Whitman House
Cost: $50.00 (Lunch & Light Refreshments)
Cut-off Date: May 18
Contact Hours: 5
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Spend the day at the Stanley-Whitman House in the heart of historic Farmington Village. Explore 18th and 19th century village life from food to architecture to politics. Participate in cooking on the open hearth and historical theater. Walk the halls and streets of Puritans, Abolitionists, farmers, pioneering educators, and politicians. Learn methods of making classroom connections with your own community’s history. Please dress appropriately for cooking and wear comfortable shoes.

10:00 – Welcome

10:15 – Open Hearth Cooking Program

12:00 – Lunch

Meet the Citizens of Farmington – Historical Theater

1:00 – Tour the Stanley-Whitman House Walking Tour of Historic Farmington Village including Miss Porter’s School and Memento Mori, Farmington’s Ancient Burying Ground

3:00 – Making Local Connections in Your National Curriculum

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