The Charlotte Museum of History
Join us at the Charlotte Museum of History for two fun and educational summer camps whose subjects range from the history in our own backyard to cultures around the globe. Keep reading to learn more about our two distinct camps or feel free to contact us at 704.568.1774 or email@example.com with any questions!
Campers at the Passport to World Cultures Geography Camp will explore the geographic regions and cultures of the world through research, stories, crafts, and activities. Campers will build and label a topographical map, research and present a country’s unique culture, learn about and participate in the Olympic Games, explore world cultures with an international meal, and more. Each day of camp will focus on a different topic, such as Animals and the Environment, History and Government, Architecture and Monuments, and Celebrations and Customs.
Register at: http://charlottemuseum.org/events/passport-to-world-cultures-geography-camp/
In September of 1780 General Cornwallis came marching into Charlotte and descended into a Hornet’s Nest of Rebellion! Campers at the Into the Hornet’s Nest Summer Camp will explore the story of the Carolina Backcountry from its earliest beginnings through the American Revolution. Campers will experience life as explorers, naturalists, colonial tradesmen, and patriots as they join the Rebellion and create a free and independent Mecklenburg County.
Register at: http://charlottemuseum.org/hornets-nest-summer-camp/
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