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Exhibit Homeschool Day – Pigskin Peanuts

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Toddler Time!

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Lunchbox Learning

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History Homeschool Day

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Pigskin Peanuts

Pigskin Peanuts

January 16 – April 17, 2021 Lucy first pulled the football away from Charlie Brown on November 16, 1952. Known as “The Fall Classic” it became a rite of autumn... More »

History Homeschool Day

History Homeschool Day

The Meaning of Money Explore the changing role of currency throughout American history through  trade and barter, savings and spending, rationing and more. WHAT: History Homeschool Day   WHEN: Every last Tuesday... More »

Framed Step Into Art

Framed Step Into Art

The Upcountry History Museum will continue its mission of connecting young audiences with hands-on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) learning experiences when it hosts Framed: Step Into Art.... More »

Exhibit Homeschool Day – Pigskin Peanuts

Exhibit Homeschool Day – Pigskin Peanuts

Pigskin Peanuts: From the STEM Zone to the End Zone Explore the history of football while also learning about the science, technology, and evolution of this beloved pastime. Exhibit Homeschool... More »

Toddler Time!

Toddler Time!

Explore children’s exhibit, Framed: Step into Art with themed games designed for ages 1-5 years old. Toddlers can partake in a scavenger hunt, group story time, and grab a treat... More »

Lunchbox Learning

Lunchbox Learning

Presenter: Bill Fitzpatrick Topic: The Road to Yorktown: South Carolina’s Role in the American Revolutionary War Join author and historian, Bill Fitzpatrick as he shares our state’s outsized contributions to America’s independence,... More »

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