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Home School Groups

Fairbanks Museum educators work with home school groups to offer a range of learning activities, making use of our amazing museum galleries, our extensive outdoor campus in Danville, and other environments in St. Johnsbury. Our focus is on experiences that make learning fun and memorable for learners in grades K – 8.

Homeschool families can come individually or in a group to join one or more of these regularly scheduled programs.

Please contact Leila Nordmann, Program Director, to find out more.

Home School Days for 2017/18:

**New Homeschool Membership for 10 months of Friday classes for $50 per child.**

This membership is for homeschool students attending homeschool Fridays only. It does not count as a museum membership. From the time you sign-up, it will be good through June 2018. Please sign up through the museum's front desk or through Leila Nordmann

September 29th: Field Program from 12-2pm at the Danville Town Forest

Meet up with museum educator Bobby to take a walk through a meadow and forest where the old Danville town farm used to be located. He will discuss the history and impact people have made in this space over the last two hundred years. We will then walk through a forested area looking for signs of animal activity and what plants are in bloom at the end of summer.


Address and directions:  2020 Trestle Road, Danville

The easiest is from Route 2 (east or west) turn onto Penny Lane in Danville. Stay on Penny Lane for 2.6 miles (it becomes Trestle Road) and look for our sign “family field day". The entrance to Pumpkin Hill will be on your left. The entrance is about a quarter of a mile long and opens up into a field area where you can park.

$10 per student, one chaperone per student free. 4 years and younger free.


  • October 20th at museum 
  • November 10th at museum 

  • December 15th at museum 

  • January 5th in the field 

  • February 23rd at museum 

  • March 23rd in the field

  • April 13th at museum 

  • May 25th at museum 

  • June 15th in the field