Sept. 12, 2015
Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center
Does cursive look like a foreign language? Spend the afternoon at the History Center to learn how to decipher cursive handwriting. Campers will learn how to read and write cursive handwriting, study hand-written letters from the Indiana Historical Society’s collections, find out how conservators preserve hand-written documents, and try their hand at using different writing implements. Each participant will leave with their own bound book.
Program is recommended for second through fifth grades. Advanced registration is required. One parent per three children is required; parents are free.
$5 per child; $3 per child for IHS members