Arcadia Mill Calendar of Events
Admiring the Hush Arbor: Inspiring Community Voices
Thank you to everyone who attended our third annual Admiring the Hush Arbor program on Saturday, February 26th!
We appreciate all of our program participants and those who were able to join us! This free, public program explores African American culture, resistance, and experience within the framework of hush arbor practices. In the antebellum period, a hush arbor was an outdoor meeting place, usually a secret, where enslaved people could practice religious traditions. This outdoor, seated program included speakers, artistic demonstrations, and music. For more information, please contact Arcadia staff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In case you missed it, check out the recorded version!
KID'S CRAFTS TO-GO
April 2022: Coffee Filter Fish
May 2022: Cinco de Mayo Maracas
June 2022: Make Your Own Seed Bomb
Filled with the Spirit: Exploring the Antebellum Practice of Hush Arbors
ICYMI, check out a recording of the presentation, Filled with the Spirit, by the Arcadia Site Manager for FPAN's "Zoom into Archaeology" series!
Join us for in-person programming this fall and spring (Covid-19 dependent)
Are you looking for a speaker to present at a meeting or in a lecture series? Contact Arcadia Staff to request a presentation!
The Story Tree with Miss Moss
Enjoy Miss Moss from the comfort of your home!
Miss Moss has gone virtual, bringing the story tree to you at home! Subscribe to Arcadia's youtube channel to see all archived video programming!
Check out the Arcadia Classroom for traveling exhibits
Heritage Monitoring Scouts: Learn about how you can help monitor heritage at risk in Florida, courtesy of the Florida Public Archaeology Network.
Archaeology 101: Milton High and the Scott Site: Learn about Milton High School's archaeology program, courtesy of the Florida Public Archaeology Network.