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Summer Programs For Kids At LeRoy House

by Lynne Belluscio

Do you have an interest in local history? Do you want to know how things were made in the 1800s? Do you ever wish you could have spent more time exploring the LeRoy House when you visited with your class this year?  The LeRoy Historical Society will be offering programs this summer. Class size will be limited, depending on the class offered, so please call as soon as possible and register for any of the following classes: $5 per class.  (Three or more classes, $4 a piece.) 768-7433.

 

Jell-O Olympics

July 21 ( 1:00 -3:00) Boys and girls entering grades 3 – 6

Become an Olympian this summer as you test your skill, hunger, stability and taste buds. Compete against the other teams as you strive to become the best of the best!!

 

Boy, Oh Boy. What’s Cooking ?  (Boy’s Open Hearth Cooking)

July 23 (1:00-3:00) Boys entering grades 4-6

Do you enjoy helping out in the kitchen at home but have wondered how the early Americans made dinner without a microwave or electric oven?  Join us at the LeRoy House and experience the excitement of open hearth cooking. We will be making sausage, waffles or biscuits, churned butter and 1-2-3-4- cake. Oh and we get to eat it too.

 

Girl’s Open Hearth Cooking

July 28 (1:00-3:00) Girls entering grades 4-6

Do you enjoy helping out in the kitchen at home but have wondered how the early Americans made dinner without a microwave or electric oven?  Join us at the LeRoy House and experience the excitement of open hearth cooking. We will be making homemade soup, biscuits, churned butter and strawberry shortcake.        READ MORE

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