The Thanksgiving Program will return in the Fall of 2021

Lake Waubesa Bible Camp proudly presents an interactive educational program featuring our country’s first Thanksgiving. We extend our invitation to you and your students to experience the story and the life of both the Pilgrims and Native Americans during this period of American history. Each student attending this program will participate in the following:

  • Playing the games of Pilgrims and Native Americans
  • Experiencing the tools used by the Pilgrims
  • Learning and completing chores of the Pilgrim children
  • Discovering cooking methods and the foods Pilgrims ate
  • Enjoying a bountiful Pilgrim feast (made by LWBC staff)

Throughout each of these elements, our teachers will re-tell the story of that first Thanksgiving conveying the importance of these historical instances. Students will learn why and how the Pilgrims came to America, the hardships they faced, encounters with the Native Americans, and what a typical day may have looked like in the lives of these people.

LWBC would love to answer any of your questions regarding this program. Our desire is to provide an educational experience that is interactive but also historically accurate. We hope you will consider this opportunity that we may journey together to better know and remember our country’s history!

For Schools

Who:Elementary students
Dates:November 9-13 + 16-19, 2019
Time:9 am-12:30 pm
Cost:$10/person

For Families

Who:Families with kids of all ages
Dates:November 14-Family Day November 19-Homeschool Day
Time:9 am-12:30 pm
Cost:$10/person (3 and under are FREE)

For a complete overview of the program, including class information, please view our informational packet found here!

For additional information and booking, please contact Becca Kregness, our program director. Not only will she gladly answer any of your questions, but also can help you plan and book your group’s Thanksgiving experience! She welcomes a conversation via phone or e-mail.

E-mail: Thanksgiving@lwbc.com
Phone: 608-838-3335