Registration is now open for Dunwoody’s only kids’ history camp.
Only at Camp Flashback can kids have so much fun so close to home.
At Camp Flashback, Dunwoody’s only kids’ history camp, kids don’t just read about the Olden Days. They live them. At Camp Flashback, kids spend their days at the historic newly restored Donaldson-Bannister Farm doing the things 1870s farm kids did back in the day.
Back for its third summer, Camp Flashback offers children ages 7-12 five one-week sessions of learning and fun not far from home at a day camp right in the heart of Dunwoody.
At Camp Flashback, kids learn history by living it. No cell phones, no computers, no technology. Just plain old-fashioned fun!
At Camp Flashback, kids will have fun learning to:
Hand-churn butter and ice-cream
Milk the goats
Feed the chickens
Groom a pony
Make and play board games
Plant herbs and sunflowers
Learn to weave and sew
Wash clothes with a washboard
Other activities include scavenger hunts and free play in the open pastures.
Sponsored and managed by Dunwoody Preservation Trust (DPT) and staffed by professional educators.
Camp Flashback director, James Walker, PhD, is returning for his third fun-filled summer, destined to be even better than the first two, supported by a staff of other licensed educators with a low camper-to-staff ratio of just 5-to-1.
Conveniently scheduled, affordably priced.
Camp Flashback offers five one-week sessions. Campers can attend all four or just the ones that fit their schedule:
Each session offers both early drop-off and late pick-up, with tuition discounts for DPT members.
To save your child’s spot or get specific details about pricing and hours of operation, please go to http://www.CampFlashback.org or contact DPT Executive Director Suzanne Huff at email@example.com or (770) 668-0401.
The historic Donaldson-Bannister Farm is located at 4831 Chamblee Dunwoody Road, Dunwoody, GA 30338
Founded in 1995, the Dunwoody Preservation Trust is a 501(c)(3) organization committed to the preservation of the history and heritage of the Dunwoody community. A volunteer non-profit organization, the DPT owns and manages the circa 1906 Cheek-Spruill House, Dunwoody’s signature building at the corner of Mt. Vernon and Chamblee Dunwoody roads. DPT also manages the c. 1870 historic Donaldson-Bannister Farm, a public park and private-event venue owned by the City of Dunwoody. More information is at https://dunwoodypreservationtrust.org.