Children and teens ages 5-14 can time-travel back to the age of chivalry during Key West Art & Historical Society’s upcoming Medieval Camp, an adventure-filled three-day workshop, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Wednesday through Friday, Jan. 2-4 at Fort East Martello Museum.
Led by master historic re-enactors Rick “Deadeye” Wheelus, Kevin Lisinski and Crystal Smith using stories of King Arthur, Robin Hood and Charlemagne as back-drops, students will learn about team-building and problem-solving while engaged in heraldry research, archery, swordplay, shield-making and the practice of basic siege tactics.
Workshop cost is $135, or $120 for KWAHS members.
To register, visit http://www.kwashs.org.
For information, call Kristina Callaway at 305-295-6616, Ext. 115, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The fort is located at 3501 South Roosevelt Blvd