Friday, June 06, 2008

Wandering 4th Graders find Refuge at the Heritage Center

Woman in Turn of the Century Costume in a Kitchen, surrounded by School Children.Sherwood Historical Society Treasurer Irene demonstrates the art of pie-making to Sherwood fourth graders.

Four photos of Washing Clothes, Butter Making, Typing, and Wood Working being Demonstrated by Historical Society Members.Clothes washing and ironing, butter making, typewriters and wood working were taught. Not shown here: Logging (supervised by an honest-to-God "HoDad!"), the Heritage Center's nifty HO Scale model train, and don't forget the full-scale outhouse. ("I don't want to hear what they used the corn cobs for." one 4th Grader commented.)


Lilly Morgen said...

Polly, put the kettle on we'll all take tea!!

Anonymous said...

That's Hoedad; a tree planter of the tree planting co-op of the 20th century, man. Next time I'll bring the hoedad and plant a few trees. Lilly says I can do that at History Camp!!!

Lilly Morgen said...

What a busy, dizzy day!! Thank you to all of the wonderful adult volunteers!We could not have reached so many kids without you!!!

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