Do you have a family heirloom quilt? A beloved wedding dress? Some favorite clothes from when your kids were younger? Learn how to properly pack them away and address some basic preservation concerns with VHS Collections Manager Teresa Greene and Executive Director Steve Perkins.
Visit the museum's tourist cabin and learn about leisure activities in the early 1900s. Also available as a virtual class.
Do you have a family silver set? Pewter keepsakes? Brass candlesticks or lamps? Learn how to properly handle them, pack them away, and address basic preservation concerns with VHS Collections Manager Teresa Greene and Executive Director Steve Perkins.
This monthly series featuring Vermont scholars will cover new research and ideas about the Green Mountain State. March 18, 2020: Third Thursday: Third Thursday: The Graphic Reach of Emma Willard. With Susan Schulten.
What does it take to be seen online? How can small organizations manage their virtual “personality”? We’ll talk about guidelines, tools, and tricks, with a focus on SEO, websites, and social media.
Do you have family scrapbooks? Shoeboxes full of old love letters? Piles of family snapshots? Learn how to properly handle them, pack them away, and address basic preservation concerns with VHS Librarian Paul Carnahan and Executive Director Steve Perkins.
Vermont History Day is an exciting education program that encourages students to develop research and critical thinking skills through project based learning and the study of history. The judging interviews for the 2021 state contest will take place on Zoom.
Learn how Vermonters reacted to the Great Depression and World War II. Also available as a virtual class.
Explore how decisions to protect and preserve the landscape have affected Vermont. Also available as a virtual class.