Come join us for some April vacation fun! The Greenwich Historical Society is offering our second annual Fairy House workshop. In this workshop, students will learn lore surrounding a fairy’s home, from the Japanese Urashima Taro to the English Goblin Market to the Hudson Valley’s own revolutionary Rip Van Winkle. As students learn this lore, they will build a fairy house for their home garden.
Students will design and build their house out of a wide array of natural and recycled materials. What makes the best roof? How do I build a window? How many chairs does a fairy need? In the pursuit of these answers, students will get to test their creativity, ingenuity, and the laws of physics. Who knew building a fairy house could be so much fun?!
There will be four classes offered. Afternoon classes are for children aged 8-10 who can work independently. These classes are for children only, no parents. Morning classes are for children aged 6-8 with parents encouraged, but not required, to come and build with their young ones.
Register for your preferred day below
Register children 6-8 Morning Class
10:00 am – 11:30 am
Register Children 8-10 Afternoon Class
1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
For further information and registration questions, please contact Heather Lodge at firstname.lastname@example.org