Colonial Life Field Trip
November 9, 2018 - 11:30 a.m.
Pennsylvania - 1730's: Colonial Life is a really fun program based on the life of an indentured servant. The show depicts the arduous life of early America as well as the revelry. Though days of rest and merriment are few, today is the day of the Colonial Faire. With the excitement of the faire on everyone's mind, villagefolk eagerly apply themselves to their work in order to enjoy the day. Beginning with a list of chores already performed, servant Katie Cotswold invites the assistance of those around her to gather the dye for the wool, prepare the wool to be dyed (including carding) and make deliveries. On her travels she encounters various townsfolk including French trapper - Jean Claude Guillaume, tavern-keep, Mistress Reinhardt and the Barnaby boys. Finally, she is off to the village square to partake in the Faire. A variety of colonial games are played by the folks from the village (students). The day concludes with a rollicking and colorful Maypole dance. For grades K-8.
Presented by Kit's Interactive Theatre
Tickets $8.00 per student
Advance reservations required. Call the Education Department at (845) 876-3088 ext. 13 for more information or access reservation form here. You will need Adobe Reader to view file.