Historic Mariposa, CA
April 25, 26, 27, 2008

2015 EDUCATIONAL DAY
POSSIBLE Educational Stations

Historical Figures

Abraham Lincoln
Jefferson Davis
General Grant
General Lee
T.J. Jackson
Clara Barton
Sojourner Truth
Col. Fremantle
Dr. Meux

Cavalry
Horses and their riders demonstrate their tactics.

Infantry
The foot soldiers show how they keep their weapons and themselves ready for battle.

Artillery
The cannons and their attendants show how they load and maneuver on the battlefield

Medical
The doctors and nurses reveal how they take care of the wounded soldiers.

Comm.
See how the camps, the troops, and the others communicated with one another.

Civilian
See how the civilians of that time lived and supported the army.  Watch as they live off the land.

Slavery
Listen and learn about what it was like to be a slave and how it felt to be set free.  Stories and Music tell the tale.

FRIDAY
APRIL 17TH, 2015

Program Times:
(subject to change)
AM/9:30am-3:00pm

Education Day is NO COST 
to ANY AND ALL  REGISTERED  Elementary and Middle  Schools.  ALL ARE INVITED:  Public, Private, or Homeschool!!
 


Space is limited:  REGISTER NOW!


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contact Dianne Fritz at:
diannefritz@hotmail.com
      (209)769-1451        
 
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NOTE TO HOMESCHOOL/CHARTER SCHOOLS:  ATTENDANCE LIMITED TO STUDENTS, ONE TEACHER PER FAMILY, AND YOUNGER SIBLINGS ONLY.

ED DAY GUIDELINES

  1. All registered groups must arrive a MINIMUM of 30 minutes prior to the start of the program.  IF you're late, we will start without you AND you may lose your time slot.
  2. All attendees must dress appropriately for the weather, hats/sunscreen or rain wear.Check the local forecast prior to leaving.  Click here for the weather
  3. The terrain can be rough, so comfortable walking shoes are needed.
  4. NO OPEN TOE SHOES PERMITTED and you will sit out if worn.
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GENERAL INFO:  Each of the two programs consists of rotations of student/teacher groups.  Each rotation will visit a variety of arbitrarily assigned stations where the attendees are then presented True to Life  events, demonstrations, and activities.  Due to the number of groups, each rotation is limited to one set of stations.  Between the two programs there is a battle/skirmish reenactment, with cavalry charges, soldiers, and cannon fire.

The students are required to bring their own lunch and drinks.  Additional snacks & drinks  will be available for purchase.