When: Thu., July 12, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. 2018
Learn how the child Pocahontas would have lived, worked and been educated in the Powhatan Indian world 400 years ago. What would she have eaten, worn, lived in and learned as an Indian girl? What chores would she have done and what was her status as daughter of Chief Powhatan? Hands-on activities and demonstrations, make-and-take projects and tours of the re-created village of Arrohateck are included on this exciting day commemorating the life and times of Pocahontas. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Part one of two days commemorating Pocahontas.
Price: Cost: $15 per child and $10 each adult.