Kids enrolled at Camp Lookinback this summer at the John Jay French House Museum got their first taste of life on a 19th-century Tuesday—a time when candles were the only source of light when night fell, and horses were the quickest, fastest mode of transportation. Children often make their own toys from the simplest materials.
The four-day camp began with a visit to the historic French House, built in 1845; a visit with the Stable-Spirit Horses, the City of Roses’ equine therapy program; Making dolls from yarn.
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