Homeschool Support

The Frontier Culture Museum offers homeschool families the opportunity to learn history in the way that homeschoolers learn best: through active involvement in the day-to-day activities of the past. Students are encouraged to participate in cooking, gardening, wool and flax processing, and animal care. Special events can also be found throughout the year just for homeschool families.

For groups of 15 or more interested in setting up a specific program, the Museum’s Group Reservationist will work with you to create a memorable experience!

Fall Homeschool Day

2017 Homeschool-Oriented Events

  • March 24 – Spring Homeschool Day
  • May 29 – May Fair
  • July 4 – Independence Day Celebration
  • Summer Camp Weeks
    1. June 5 – 9
    2. June 12 – 16
    3. June 19 – 23
    4. June 26 – 30
    5. July 3, 5 – 7  (shortened 4 day camp)
    6. July 10 – 14
    7. July 17 – 21
    8. July 24 – 28
  • September 8 – Fall Homeschool Day
  • December 9 – Winter Homeschool Day

2018 Homeschool-Oriented Events

  • March 30 – Spring Homeschool Day
  • May 28 – May Fair
  • July 4 – Independence Day Celebration
  • Summer Camp Weeks
    1. June 4 – 8
    2. June 11 – 15
    3. June 18 – 22
    4. June 25 – 29
    5. July 2-3, 5 -6  (shortened 4 day camp)
    6. July 9 – 13
    7. July 16 – 20
    8. July 23 – 27
  • September 7 – Fall Homeschool Day
  • December 1 – Winter Homeschool Day