History can be fun and relevant, which is an idea that underscores several upcoming events at the American Independence Museum.
On Wednesday, September 27, the museum will host its popular Homeschool program. Throughout the day, students will learn from trained re-enactors who will provide glimpses into various facets of everyday colonial life. The cost is $20.00 per family (includes admission to museum). Session 1 takes place from 10 am to 11:30 am with Session 2 from 12:30 pm to 2 pm. Contact Education Manager Abigail Pietrantonio at (603) 772-2622 for more information.
Other upcoming events in October include a Genealogy Workshop, Beer for History sponsored by Hoefle Phoenix Gormley & Roberts, P.A. Attorneys at Law, and Revolutionary Story Time.
“We have a lot of fun and engaging events for all ages,” noted museum Executive Director Emma Bray. “We continue to look for ways to interest and excite people.”
About the American Independence Museum
Founded in 1991, the American Independence Museum is located in Exeter, which served as New Hampshire’s capital during the Revolutionary War. Home to a world-class collection, including an original and rare copy of the Declaration of Independence, the Museum welcomes more than 5,500 visitors annually and distinguishes itself with school programs and events that make history fun and relevant.