There will be special thrills for younger visitors at Living History Day at a children’s area, where they will receive a free passport to the 1930s that provides access to games popular in the 1930s such as croquet, pick up sticks and jacks. Children will make old-fashioned arts and crafts such as paintings of the lodge and pine-cone bird feeders to take home as souvenirs. Children can also pose for photographs in 1930s costumes or compete in the watermelon-spitting contest.
Activities are described below.
Old Time Games
Pick up a mallet and play croquet, or try your hand at pick-up-sticks or jacks. Have fun 1930s style.
Do you like to color? Here is an original drawing of the mansion for you to color and keep as a souvenir.
Who doesn’t like to dress up in costumes? Pick out your favorite 1930′s outfit and pose for a photograph.
Today it’s okay to spit out the watermelon seeds. Everyone is a winner because it’s tasty and refreshing. Watch the events board for fun activities for the kids.