Summer History Camp
The Hardin County History Museum is excited to announce its first summer history camp! This yearís camp is to be held at the Hardin County History Museum, Freeman Lake, and the Elizabethtown Cemetery! The theme is Getting to Know Your Backyard - Elizabethtown! This is a three-day camp, beginning on Wednesday, June 8 Ė Friday, June 10, 9:00 a.m. Ė 12:00 noon, for 3rd - 5th grade children. Cost is $30.00 per camper. Snacks and water will be provided for all three days, courtesy of the Elizabethtown Junior Woman's Club. Donít miss this opportunity for your child to experience three fun-filled days of activities, crafts, games and more. Let our amazing collections spark inquiry and creativity for your young learners. The HCHM summer camp program offer kids an exciting and interactive experience where they use their imaginations, exercise their creativity, and discover the history of the Civil War and the local area. Campers explore the sessionís theme through a diverse array of hands-on activities, games, crafts, collaborative projects, and investigations of the museumís exhibits. Go to About Us/Programs/Summer History Camp Program to down load the Application Form with Photo Release and Waiver. Mail completed forms and payment to, Hardin County History Museum, 201 West Dixie, Elizabethtown, KY, 42701, Attn: Summer History Camp. To ensure a successful experience for all campers, we will only be able to accept the first 30 applications complete with payment. Registrations must be received by May 25, 2016.
Related Document: Camp Information Letter
Village Cruisers Cruise In
Village Cruisers host Cruise In, to take place in Elizabethtown, KY the first Saturday of each month, April thru October. The next event is on May. 7th, 2016, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m, consisting of over 300 parking spaces of antique cars, displayed in the town square, down south Main St. and in the west city parking lot, as well as, the city justice center parking lot. There will be door prizes, cash giveaways, a swap meet, local food vendors, local bands, and tons of fun. For more information about this event, see attached flyer.