Homeschool Day
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Monday, March 31st 2014
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

James Madison's Montpelier

Montpelier is thrilled to announce its next Homeschool Day event:
March 31, 2014
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
$5 per person, children under 6-years-old free
On the Madisons’ behalf, we open our doors for a day designed specially for homeschooling families- or any family seeking a fun day out!

Take a guided hike of our old growth forest
Sit in on the Constitutional Convention
Read from James’ bookshelf
Play colonial games, and much more!

As always, you are invited to take in Montpelier’s everyday offerings: Guided tours of James and Dolley Madison’s beloved home, our archaeology lab full of artifacts, museum exhibits, and grounds galore for walking, picnicking, and exploring.

Note: Homeschool Day is held rain-or-shine. In the event of rain, certain activities will be canceled or moved to alternate locations. For more information please contact: Ellen Blackmon,

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