Programs designed for adult groups – clubs, retirement organizations, bus tour groups and college-level classes.
400 Years of Indian & English History on the James River
Join our living history interpreters in an “immersion tour” of the Indian and English worlds of 17th-century Virginia: inter-cultural relations, militia, trades, daily life, religion, economics and government.
Interactive hands-on programs available
Learn the true story of Pocahontas through lecture in our colonial church as well as an on-site tour to explore the complex cultures, with both of which Pocahontas lived throughout her short life. How dramatically did her life change with her conversion of faith and culture? We will compare and contrast her daily life through clothing, food, housing, gender roles, education, religion and political changes. Hands on activity – Period Candle Making. Available starting June 2017.
4 – 6 p.m. – Play in Church and Meeting Hall
6 – 8 p.m. – Period dinner in Mt. Malady
Your choice of Virginia-Indian, Colonial-Era or Civil War themes. Lectures can be held onsite or at a college campus.
For more information and to book a program, call (804) 318-8731