Georgia Museum of Agriculture Offers July Workshops for Kids

| June 18, 2014

ABAC-LogoTIFTON, GA – Children from six to 11 years old can explore a variety of workshops during the summer season at the Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. Camp Wiregrass will sponsor three-hour workshops during July for various age groups. Each workshop offers age appropriate activities and themes.

To register for any of the workshops, interested persons can e-mail Kelly Scott at or register online at

Snacks and all supplies are provided for each workshop. Each workshop will run from 8:30-11:30 a.m. Siblings, ABAC employee, or Friend of the Museum discounts are available. The cost is $25 per camper for one-day workshops and $40 per camper for all two-day workshops.

The workshops begin with the July 2 Revolution is Coming! “Celebrate Independence Day by joining the Museum’s militia.” This workshop is for children 8-10 years of age.

“Creative Jewelry” will take place July 8-9 for children ages 8-10 years old. This class allows participants an opportunity to create their own jewelry with a Native American flare.

Strengthen hunting skills through playing games, throwing spears, and practicing archery in “Primitive Hunting Skills” on July 11. This workshop is geared to children ages 6-8 years old and reflects how Native American children used games to enhance their hunting skills.

“Orienteering…Huh?” on July 15 is a class that focuses on the traditional means of navigating with a compass. The target audience is 9-11 year-olds.

The final workshop, “Nature Art,” is geared to 6-8 year-olds on July 18. This workshop will allow campers to create artwork inspired by their outdoor experiences.

Source: ABAC

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