How would you like to get your kids off the video games for a while? Ribbon Farm Days at the Grosse Pointe Historical Society again offers children the opportunity to "step back in time" and experience summer as children would have 100 years ago. In each session, children will learn crafts, play games of the period, practice kitchen skills and investigate Grosse Pointe history.
Sign your children up for our fifth annual Ribbon Farm Days featuring 4 summer sessions for students entering grades 2 - 5 this fall. Hours: 11 a.m. - 3 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday. Children bring their own lunches.
Held at the Provencal-Weir House, circa 1823 at 376 Kercheval, this experience gives your children an opportunity to work and play in a house that is considered to be Grosse Pointe's oldest surviving residence.