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Activities for Teens and Children

Local educators provide a great opportunity for children to learn about the colonial era and explore in an interactive environment.

Barcelona Tea Company

Learn about the tea trade in the 18th century and how the Barcelona Tea Company established trade routes and partnerships with foreign tea producers to compete with the British East India Company.

Army of the Columbia Fife and Drum Corps

Based in the Northwest, the Army of the Columbia Fife and Drum Corps is a premier award-winning organization that portrays soldiers who had very important roles during the Revolutionary War.

Colonial Crafts and Textiles

18th Century crafts will be on display in the Fiber Arts tent and in other camps around the venue. View demonstrations of flax and wool spinning, weaving, knitting, bobbin lace, shuttle knotting, and sewing done by the Daughters of Liberty who supported the effort for Independence. Pam Gassman highlights details of the many tools used in these crafts.

Watch videos from the Daughters of Liberty on YouTube.

Seamanship and Exploration

Engage with the crew of H.M. Chatham to learn seafaring skills and the astonishing expedition to explore the Pacific Northwest.

Sons and Daughters of the American Revolution

The Sons of the American Revolution is a patriotic, historical, and educational Society, dedicated to assisting members, schools, teachers and the general public in their efforts to sustain and preserve our history and constitutional principles. Visit with members and hear talks about colonial frontier life, the history and use of the flag. The Daughters of the American Revolution offer a view from the Distaff side with a focus on education, historic preservation and patriotism.

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