Join us at Mission San Luis for themed homeschool lesson plans on third Wednesdays, January - April and August - October.
• Scavenger hunts or other fun activities on the historic site: The Living History staff will assist and provide information. Worksheets geared toward various grade levels. • Craft activities: Different crafts for a variety of ages.
Since activities take 2 or more hours to complete, be sure to begin by 1 pm or earlier. No Pre-Registration is Required. Regular Admission Applies.
All recruits needed! The residents of Mission San Luis are preparing to embark on an expedition to the West, and everyone’s help is required to make this journey a success!
Visitors will help the villagers of the 17th century Spanish and Apalachee community perform critical tasks and make important decisions necessary to survive on the Western Florida frontier.
Experience life in colonial Spanish Florida with crafts and interactive activities! Get your “orders” upon arrival and complete questions and fun activities at each station throughout the historic site.
Workshop: Historic Cooking
Saturday, March 2, 2019 REGISTER BY FEBRUARY 23 (Call 850.245.6406)
Enjoy cooking colonial recipes in the Spanish House outdoor kitchen. Be prepared for the next power outage with 17th-century culinary skills! Learn about Spanish and Apalachee foodways traditions and the influences they had on each other.
Ages: 13 and up Class size: Minimum 2 / Maximum 3 participants. Members: $15 / Non-members: $20
Mission San Luis is administered by the Florida Department of State, Office of External Affairs. Support is provided by the Friends of Florida History Inc.
Ron DeSantis, Governor Laurel M. Lee, Secretary of State
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