Log Cabin Village is a living history museum in Fort Worth, TX, devoted to the preservation of Texas heritage. Each of the 1800s structures, furnished with authentic artifacts, provides a vivid look at life in the nineteenth century frontier. The exhibits include a water-powered gristmill, a one-room schoolhouse, a blacksmith shop, an herb garden, and several log home settings. Historical interpreters depict the lifestyle of Texans in the mid to late 1800s.
Tuesday, March 23, 2010
Summer camp information--sign up today!
Hello esteemed Village People!
As the days turn warmer, we turn our thoughts to the coming months and what exciting adventures lie ahead. And we can't help but think that our June day camps are right around the corner!
All camps are back by popular demand! For our 4th-8th graders, we will again offer our cooking and woodworking single-day camps. Both provide great hands-on opportunities to hone specific "pioneer" skills. For our wee pioneers (K-6th grade) we will feature our Wagons West: Hands-on history programs. Not as intensive as cooking/woodworking, Wagons West still gives our participants a "taste" of pioneer life.