Break up your week by digging deep into Kentucky history through this series of interactive, hands-on workshops designed for your whole family to enjoy! We’ll explore a new topic each month, examining artifacts, images and documents from KHS collections to learn what they can reveal about the Commonwealth’s past. Craft projects will allow participants to build new skills and take their learning home with them. Ideal for homeschool families and groups!
Activities are best for ages 6-12, but all ages are welcome. The cost is $10 per family, which includes an adult and two children. Additional family members are $5 each. If you are a current KHS member, you will receive $5 off the total cost. This workshop requires registration because space is limited. Payment is not due until the day of the workshop. All workshops begin at the front desk of the Thomas D. Clark Center for Kentucky History.
Family Workshop: Telling Kentucky’s Story
Explore that ways that artifacts can help tell us the stories of people and events.
Family Workshop: The First Kentuckians
Use artifacts and hands-on activities to learn about the Native Americans who lived in Kentucky.
Family Workshop: Westward Bound! Exploring & Settling the Kentucky Frontier
Learn about colonists who explored and settled Kentucky.