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Past Events

Colonial Day Camp with Camp Flintlock—2013

when: Jun. 17, 2013 -  Jun 21, 2013

Colonial Day Camp with Camp Flintlock ran from June 17 to 21, 2013 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm on the grounds of the Joel Lane Museum House. Cost was $240 per camper and was open to elementary-aged children. A portion of the proceeds benefited the Joel Lane Museum House. Your children or grandchildren had the time of their lives under the guidance of experienced camp directors Renee and Tim Langdon.

Activities may include but were not limited to Quill & Ink Writing, Print Making, Sword Fighting, Cord Making, Paper Quilling, Journal Making, Necklace Making, Candle Making, Doll Making, Colonial Games, Store, Tour of Joel Lane Museum House, Cooking Demo, Firearms Demo, Fire-Starting Demo, Daily Music Demonstrations, Daily Singing, Daily Readings and History Lessons, Lots of Fun and Learning!

Registration was open through Camp Flintlock’s web site, or you may click here: Camp Flintlock or by telephone at (919) 938-1776. Space was limited, so don’t delay!

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What visitors say

Thank you for the excellent tour of the Joel Lane House.  I learned a lot about the history of Raleigh as well as the Joel Lane House.  I learned how harsh conditions were back then and how we take for granted things they did not have back then.  The structure of houses has really changed a lot since the Joel Lane House was built.