Calendar of Events

Jul
6
Mon
Living History Camp-CANCELLED @ Carroll County Farm Museum
Jul 6 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Out of an abundance of caution regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and in keeping with the state’s and the county’s current state of emergency, the county has cancelled all county government-operated youth camps this summer including Living History Camp and Farm Camp at the Farm Museum. We know this is disapointing for the campers and volunteers; we are saddened by it too. But we will look forward to next year!

If you’ve already enrolled campers and need to receive a refund (you should have already been contacted by the Museum) and you have questions or concerns please direct them to jcmartin@carrollcountymd.gov.

 

Pioneer new memories this summer at Living History Camp!

Living History Camp teaches children, entering 3rd through 6th grades, rural farm life in the 1800s through demonstrations and hands-on experiences. This award winning educational camp combines learning and having fun in a unique setting. Children learn historic skills, old-fashioned games, and make craft projects to take home.

June 22-26: Living History Camp RISING 3rd GRADERS &  RISING 4th GRADERS

July 6-10: Living History Camp RISING 5th GRADERS & RISING 6th GRADERS

Visit our Living History Camp page and download the 2020 Living History Camp Registration Packet. The forms need to be fill out and returned to the Museum by Mail/Scan/Email (ccfarm@carrollcountymd.gov) no later than April 6. Spaces are limited to 40 per session. Spots are filled based on date of payment.

Forms can be found at http://carrollcountyfarmmuseum.org/living-history/

Jul
7
Tue
Living History Camp-CANCELLED @ Carroll County Farm Museum
Jul 7 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Out of an abundance of caution regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and in keeping with the state’s and the county’s current state of emergency, the county has cancelled all county government-operated youth camps this summer including Living History Camp and Farm Camp at the Farm Museum. We know this is disapointing for the campers and volunteers; we are saddened by it too. But we will look forward to next year!

If you’ve already enrolled campers and need to receive a refund (you should have already been contacted by the Museum) and you have questions or concerns please direct them to jcmartin@carrollcountymd.gov.

 

Pioneer new memories this summer at Living History Camp!

Living History Camp teaches children, entering 3rd through 6th grades, rural farm life in the 1800s through demonstrations and hands-on experiences. This award winning educational camp combines learning and having fun in a unique setting. Children learn historic skills, old-fashioned games, and make craft projects to take home.

June 22-26: Living History Camp RISING 3rd GRADERS &  RISING 4th GRADERS

July 6-10: Living History Camp RISING 5th GRADERS & RISING 6th GRADERS

Visit our Living History Camp page and download the 2020 Living History Camp Registration Packet. The forms need to be fill out and returned to the Museum by Mail/Scan/Email (ccfarm@carrollcountymd.gov) no later than April 6. Spaces are limited to 40 per session. Spots are filled based on date of payment.

Forms can be found at http://carrollcountyfarmmuseum.org/living-history/

Jul
8
Wed
Living History Camp-CANCELLED @ Carroll County Farm Museum
Jul 8 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Out of an abundance of caution regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and in keeping with the state’s and the county’s current state of emergency, the county has cancelled all county government-operated youth camps this summer including Living History Camp and Farm Camp at the Farm Museum. We know this is disapointing for the campers and volunteers; we are saddened by it too. But we will look forward to next year!

If you’ve already enrolled campers and need to receive a refund (you should have already been contacted by the Museum) and you have questions or concerns please direct them to jcmartin@carrollcountymd.gov.

 

Pioneer new memories this summer at Living History Camp!

Living History Camp teaches children, entering 3rd through 6th grades, rural farm life in the 1800s through demonstrations and hands-on experiences. This award winning educational camp combines learning and having fun in a unique setting. Children learn historic skills, old-fashioned games, and make craft projects to take home.

June 22-26: Living History Camp RISING 3rd GRADERS &  RISING 4th GRADERS

July 6-10: Living History Camp RISING 5th GRADERS & RISING 6th GRADERS

Visit our Living History Camp page and download the 2020 Living History Camp Registration Packet. The forms need to be fill out and returned to the Museum by Mail/Scan/Email (ccfarm@carrollcountymd.gov) no later than April 6. Spaces are limited to 40 per session. Spots are filled based on date of payment.

Forms can be found at http://carrollcountyfarmmuseum.org/living-history/

Jul
9
Thu
Living History Camp-CANCELLED @ Carroll County Farm Museum
Jul 9 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Out of an abundance of caution regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and in keeping with the state’s and the county’s current state of emergency, the county has cancelled all county government-operated youth camps this summer including Living History Camp and Farm Camp at the Farm Museum. We know this is disapointing for the campers and volunteers; we are saddened by it too. But we will look forward to next year!

If you’ve already enrolled campers and need to receive a refund (you should have already been contacted by the Museum) and you have questions or concerns please direct them to jcmartin@carrollcountymd.gov.

 

Pioneer new memories this summer at Living History Camp!

Living History Camp teaches children, entering 3rd through 6th grades, rural farm life in the 1800s through demonstrations and hands-on experiences. This award winning educational camp combines learning and having fun in a unique setting. Children learn historic skills, old-fashioned games, and make craft projects to take home.

June 22-26: Living History Camp RISING 3rd GRADERS &  RISING 4th GRADERS

July 6-10: Living History Camp RISING 5th GRADERS & RISING 6th GRADERS

Visit our Living History Camp page and download the 2020 Living History Camp Registration Packet. The forms need to be fill out and returned to the Museum by Mail/Scan/Email (ccfarm@carrollcountymd.gov) no later than April 6. Spaces are limited to 40 per session. Spots are filled based on date of payment.

Forms can be found at http://carrollcountyfarmmuseum.org/living-history/

Jul
10
Fri
Living History Camp-CANCELLED @ Carroll County Farm Museum
Jul 10 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Out of an abundance of caution regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and in keeping with the state’s and the county’s current state of emergency, the county has cancelled all county government-operated youth camps this summer including Living History Camp and Farm Camp at the Farm Museum. We know this is disapointing for the campers and volunteers; we are saddened by it too. But we will look forward to next year!

If you’ve already enrolled campers and need to receive a refund (you should have already been contacted by the Museum) and you have questions or concerns please direct them to jcmartin@carrollcountymd.gov.

 

Pioneer new memories this summer at Living History Camp!

Living History Camp teaches children, entering 3rd through 6th grades, rural farm life in the 1800s through demonstrations and hands-on experiences. This award winning educational camp combines learning and having fun in a unique setting. Children learn historic skills, old-fashioned games, and make craft projects to take home.

June 22-26: Living History Camp RISING 3rd GRADERS &  RISING 4th GRADERS

July 6-10: Living History Camp RISING 5th GRADERS & RISING 6th GRADERS

Visit our Living History Camp page and download the 2020 Living History Camp Registration Packet. The forms need to be fill out and returned to the Museum by Mail/Scan/Email (ccfarm@carrollcountymd.gov) no later than April 6. Spaces are limited to 40 per session. Spots are filled based on date of payment.

Forms can be found at http://carrollcountyfarmmuseum.org/living-history/

Jul
11
Sat
Common Ground on the Hill Music & Arts Festival-CANCELLED @ Carroll County Farm Museum
Jul 11 @ 10:00 am – 9:00 pm

Due to COVID-19 concerns and precautions the organizer of Common Ground on the Hill has decided to CANCEL this event on 7/11/2020. This event is not being rescheduled at this time. If you’d like to learn more please visit the organizer’s website by clicking HERE

 

Interested in learning more about Common Ground on the Hill? Click HERE to be redirected to the hosting vendors website.

Common Ground on the Hill is an event brought to you by an external vendors. Pricing/hours will be subject to the external vendor. Please no pets or outside alcohol.