Living History - Discover San Agustin - All GS and Families
Discover San Agustin Reenactment
All Girl Scouts and Families
Come celebrate Living History Day with Girl Scouts of Gateway Council by bringing your families and Girl Scout troops to travel back in time and discover the 1740s at the Fountain of Youth in downtown St. Augustine! Some of our very own sixth and seventh grade Girl Scout docents were handpicked to serve as your tour guides for the day and will help you take a step back in time by demonstrating exactly how young ladies lived in 18th century St. Augustine.
Take part in pastimes of another time period and imagine yourself in history by visiting over 15 hands on and listen and learn stations including: basket weaving, broom making, candle making, pottery, lucets, embroidery, games and so much more. You will even get to take part in a special cannon firing and musket demonstration.
The event will take place between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. but don’t be late, as the last admittance into the gate will be at 2 p.m. Activities will be complete just in time for the cannon firing and musket demonstration at 5 p.m. Don’t forget to check out the Ximenez Fatio House Reenactment too, as we encourage you to experience both St. Augustine Living History Day events on March 25. Don’t delay, sign up today to receive discounted admission!
* This event is for 2017 registered Girl Scouts, registered & approved adult volunteers, non-Girl Scout volunteers and tagalongs. If an adult is responsible for a Girl Scout other than their own, the adult must be registered and background checked.
* Girl/adult ratios must be followed unless otherwise indicated in the program description. Adults are expected to stay on the premises.
$7/girl, $7/adult - advance purchase
$8/girl, $8/adult - day of event purchase
Children ages 4 and under: FREE
Contact: Brittany McCallister, email@example.com, (904) 389-3071
Register by Wednesday, March 22, at noon.