SCOUT & YOUTH PROGRAMS
A hands-on tour of the historic 1898 Kellogg house. Students learn about the Kellogg family, their home, and their community. Children get a feel for what life was like in the 1890s by playing with vintage toys, doing laundry, making butter, trying on Victorian costumes, making music on a parlor pump organ, and other activities.
Two hours. Recommended for grades 1-5. $9 per student.
A look at individual, family, ethnic, and community heritage. Artifacts in the historic Kellogg house bring traditions of yesteryear to life. Children discuss their own family traditions and those of others. Hands-on activities include making butter, dressing in historic costumes, and creating personal coats of arms.
Two hours. Recommended for grades 3 and up. $10 per child.
Mind Your Manners
A fun way to learn manners in an old-fashioned setting. The program is highlighted by a Victorian tea party in the Kellogg house’s oval dining room. Activities include setting a formal table, making introductions, and using proper telephone etiquette.
Two hours. Recommended for grades 2-4. $10 per child.
Prices effective August 1, 2012