Cambridge Junction Historic State Park - Making A Moc

Date:  July 18, 2018  
Time:  01:00 PM - 03:00 PM
Location: Cambridge Junction Historic State Park, 13220 M-50, Brooklyn, MI 49230

Contact: Laurie Perkins 517-241-0731

Surrounded by a white picket fence, Walker Tavern is a 1.5-story white New England saltbox

Ages: 5 to 15 with accompanying adult
Fee: $10 per child (includes one adult free)
Register by July 13. Download the 2018 Walker Tavern program registration form - PDF

Native Americans lived, traveled and hunted the hills and lakes around what is now Walker Tavern Historic Site. One local Native American foot trail eventually became U.S. 12, connecting Lake Michigan and Detroit. Spend the afternoon making your own pair of faux leather moccasins and discover how your shoes are very different from moccasins.

We've created some great opportunities for children with their adult companions to have fun and learn about history. See all 2018 Kids' Stuff programs.

Today's program is presented by
Friends of Walker Tavern

Walker Tavern Historic Site—part of the Michigan History Museum System and the MotorCities National Heritage Area—is located 35 miles west of Ann Arbor, in Cambridge Junction Historic State Park; a Recreation Passport is required for park entry. Read more Walker Tavern Historic Site visitor information.

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Updated 02/22/2018