All student groups are welcome to participate in our Museum Youth Education programs. For dates, description and information on how to participate click the program title.
Young peoples introduction to the Museum. Your group or family can learn what artifacts, images, and documents tell us about people’s lives, if we ask the right questions while in the Museum.
K – 12 Pre-Register, Group Rates Apply.
Visit the Museum with your student group for a day of in depth history & hand skills. Participate in one or two activities of your choice with enrichment materials for follow up. You may also include a tour of the museum’s collection during normal Museum hours. Pre-Register March 15 through Nov., K-12.
History Comes Calling
Museum Outreach programs come to your library, classroom or home school. Our staff visits your school to present a variety of fascinating, history and social studies programs, which include artifacts, materials and hands-on activities with your students. March 15th through Nov., K-10. Pre-Register
All School Days (Spring Field Days and Fall Harvest Day)
Day long “festival of history and seasonal handskills” for school and homeschool groups held at the Museum. Community volunteers and museum staff invite all 3rd-6th graders to participate. Pre-Register
NEK History Day
Independent Research on a topic of historical interest. For students 6th through 12th grade in Northeastern Vermont. Individuals or groups of two or three may participate. Homeschool students have the opportunity to focus on a semester long project and often do very well in this competition. This event happens alternate years, and is held in Newport, Vermont.