Join us on the historic site for in-person themed homeschool lessons! 10 am - 3 pm Included with regular site admission fee (Adults: $5, Seniors: $3, Kids 6-17: $2, Under 6: Free)
Homeschool programs now run every other month on third Wednesdays and include themed lesson booklets and activities for different age groups. Interpretive staff in period costume assist with the lessons.
Next program is on January 19th, 2022 Theme: Education at Mission San Luis Save these other 2022 dates: March 16, May 18
Saturday, January 22, 2022 (10:00 am - Noon) Members: $10 / Non-members: $15 (Deposit $5) REGISTER BY JAN 15 ~ Call 850-245-6406
Pine needle basketry is one of the oldest-known coiled basketry techniques, and one which many cultures have practiced. In this workshop participants will learn the basic techniques of making coils from pine needles and stitching them together to make a simple basket. Enjoy the scent of a pine forest and the meditative act of coiling with us!
See Mission San Luis through the eyes of our Senior Archaeologist, Jerry Lee
Tour the historic site with Jerry and learn how we know what we know about the residents of Mission San Luis in the 17th century. Learn about excavations done in the past and see artifacts not on display in the gallery!
First Wednesdays of the Month 11:00 am-12:30 pm Included with site admission
Members: $45 / Non-members: $60 (Deposit $15) REGISTER BY ONE WEEK PRIOR ~ Call 850-245-6484
Join us at the Mission San Luis forge for an introduction to blacksmithing. Start the day learning to build and maintain a fire in a traditional Spanish-style forge. Using basic techniques of fire and hammer, create your own masterpiece and leave inspired!
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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