Passport to History Day
Saturday, April 27, 2019; 1 - 4 p.m.
Passport to History Day is a celebration of the sites, stories, and community that bring Lehigh Valley history to life. Once per year, local historic and cultural sites open their doors with free admission, tours, activities, and programs for explorers of all ages. We invite you to visit www.lvhistory.org to browse all the day’s events.
The Moravian Historical Society is offering the following programs:
Free admission to the Whitefield House Museum
1 - 4 p.m.: Opening of our newest exhibition, Fiber and Fellowship: The Homespun History of Moravian Textiles
1 p.m.: Early American Threads
What would early American settlers need to do to have clothing? Karen Huetter, former director educational services at Historic Bethlehem Partnership and Lyn Curtis, former curator of public programming at Historic Bethlehem Partnership will give a family-friendly presentation about getting dressed in early America.
2 - 4 p.m.: Hands-on activities for families including spinning demonstrations, weaving, and a "Selfie Salon" colonial dress-up area for kids.