LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Preservation Louisville will be hosting two programs to educate children on historic preservation.
Preservation Education and Growing Up Victorian will be Saturday, June 27 at The Brennan House Historic Home from 1 -4 p.m. The fee for each child is $10.
Preservation Louisville is an introduction for children of all ages to basic concepts surrounding historic preservation, architecture, and sustainability through interactive activities. This program will address why historic preservation and landmarks within the Louisville area are important to our community. Different architectural styles will be defined and activities are designed to teach children about Louisville's prominent architectural styles and local landmarks.
Preservation Louisville's second program Growing Up Victorian is designed to teach children about Louisville's early days and experience what it would be like to "grow up Victorian." Activities will include playing Victorian games, a scavenger hunt throughout the historic mansion with a tour pointing out some of the fun artifacts and a short film about the Victorian era in Louisville.
Registration for both events can be paid on the Preservation Louisville website
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