Events & Programs
Upcoming Virtual Programs
Introducing Science Saturday at Stratford Hall
Stratford Hall’s 120-foot cliffs are a geological phenomenon that have yielded treasures from the earth dating back 17 million years. Grab the family and go on a fossil-filled virtual journey with Stratford Hall’s Manager of Education & Public Outreach Jon Bachman, the man who found the earliest record of dinosaurs from the Cretaceous period of Virginia.
Tune in for Science Saturday and experience the amazing world of paleontology! Register at the dates below!
Saturday, March 13 – How are fossils formed?
Saturday, April 10 – How old is this fossil?
This program is for grades 2-7. Virtual program via Zoom.
– Colonial Foodways & Culture Virtual Programming –
Ever wondered about the inner workings of the Grist Mill, the stories behind archeological collections of enslaved African and African Americans, 18th- century cuisine, or colonial chocolate making? A robust lineup of virtual programs explore these topics and more. Programs are supported by a grant from Virginia Humanities and funded by Forrest E. Mars, Jr. Chocolate History Research Grant, Mars Wrigley.
Check out the full series below!