(NY) September 1, 2022, LABOR DAY OPEN CAMPING, 3:00 PM (9/1) to 12:00 PM (9/5). All Ages. Camp Little Notch, 744 Sly Pond Road, Fort Ann NY 12827, 518-793-9700, Mandi.Miller@friendsofcln.org. Enjoy a relaxing holiday weekend at camp. During open camping, all areas of camp are available to rent by the individual accommodation or families/groups can rent a whole unit to themselves. Book for one night or several. $50 per night to rent a tent or cabin / $20 per night to bring your own tent. https://www.camplittlenotch.org/events/2022/9/1/labor-day-open-camping
(VA) September 3-18, 2022, HOMESCHOOL PROGRAM DAYS, Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation, Williamsburg, Virginia 23187-1607, (757) 253-4839, firstname.lastname@example.org. Homeschool students will love discovering the sights and sounds of the 17th and 18th centuries while learning about their nation’s history. Ticket includes admission to Jamestown Settlement and the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown throughout the program dates. Tickets are $13 per family member, with unlimited admission to visit both museums as many times as you like during Homeschool Program Days. Purchase tickets in advance online or in person at either museum September 3-18. Throughout Homeschool Program Days, enjoy unlimited admission at Jamestown Settlement to view introductory film 1607: A Nation Takes Root, permanent exhibition galleries and re-creations of 1607 ships, a Paspahegh town and a 1610-1614 fort. Enjoy unlimited admission at the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown to explore exhibition galleries and re-creations of a Continental Army encampment and Revolution-era farm. For more information about homeschool experiences and homeschool daily rates offered at our museums, contact group reservations at (757) 253-4939, (888) 868-7593 or email@example.com. https://jyfmuseums.org/. Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation, Williamsburg, Virginia 23187-1607, (757) 253-4839, firstname.lastname@example.org://jyfmuseums.org/.
(NY) September 8, 2022, WOMEN’S WEEKEND, 5:00 PM (9/8) to 1:00 PM (9/11). Women Ages 18+. Camp Little Notch, 744 Sly Pond Road, Fort Ann NY 12827, 518-793-9700, Mandi.Miller@friendsofcln.org. Come to camp for a weekend of friends, food, folk music…and just plain fun! Enjoy a variety of women-led workshops, swimming, boating, hiking — with a healthy dose of r’n’r mixed in too. Camp meals are provided in the dining hall throughout the weekend, and then on Saturday night participants will be treated to a catered dinner followed with live music performed by local musician Caity Gallagher. Full Weekend Fee: $330 Saturday Only Fee: $125. https://www.camplittlenotch.org/events/womensweekend2022
(NY) September 16, 2022, SEPTEMBER OPEN CAMPING, 3:00 PM (9/16) to 12:00 PM (9/16). All Ages. Camp Little Notch, 744 Sly Pond Road, Fort Ann NY 12827, 518-793-9700, Mandi.Miller@friendsofcln.org. Enjoy a relaxing weekend at camp. During open camping, all areas of camp are available to rent by the individual accommodation or families/groups can rent a whole unit to themselves. Book for one night or several. $50 per night to rent a tent or cabin / $20 per night to bring your own tent. https://www.camplittlenotch.org/events/2022/9/16/open-camping-september-16-19
(OH) September 16, 2022-August 27, 2023, AS THE WORLD WEDS: GLOBAL WEDDING TRADITIONS, All Ages. Kent State University Museum, 515 Hilltop Drive, Kent, OH 44242, (330) 672-3450, email@example.com, Tues.-Sat. 11 am-5 pm; Sunday 12-4pm. The rituals and practices surrounding weddings have changed over time as much as they have differed across space. The practice of the bride wearing a white dress exclusively for the wedding ceremony has its origins in Europe in the nineteenth century. By the twentieth century many brides around the world followed the western custom for a white wedding gown. Nonetheless, despite the growing prevalence of white dresses, many brides through choice or necessity wore different styles for their wedding. This exhibition looks beyond the white bridal gown to the rich and deeply symbolic clothing and textiles linked to wedding ceremonies around the world. Tickets: General Admission ($6); Senior Citizens 55+ ($5); Students and Children, 5-18 yrs. Old ($4); Children under 5 (Free); Kent State students, staff, and faculty with KSU ID (Free); Any Sunday admission (Free). www.kent.edu/museum.
(PA) September 22, 2022, HOMESCHOOL DAY, 9:30 am-3:00 pm. Lake Tobias Wildlife Park, 760 Tobias Road, Halifax, PA 17032, 717-362-9126. Safari Tours, Zoo Exhibits, Museum & Education Center. Call for details: 717-362-9126. https://www.laketobias.com/