The topic of History Camp's 30th year is "The HER-story of Pioneering Women of Warren County." Campers will learn about the women of Warren County who contributed to the betterment of humanity in the fields of science, art and the humanities,
The camp day will begin at 9 a.m. and end at noon except on field trip day, Thursday, July 13, when camp will end around 1:00 p.m. Children will not need to bring their lunch. There will be snacks provided. If your child has a food allergy, please let us know.
Why History Camp?
Camp is a great opportunity for kids to make new friends and socialize with other children of different ages.
What Ages is History Camp for?
History Camp is for students entering fourth through eighth grades in the fall.
History Camp. is run by Historian and Educational Director, John Zimkus and Assistant Director, Jeanne Doan. History Camp has been the recipient of the History Outreach Award from Ohio Local History Alliance.
$55 for Warren County Historical Society members $75 for non-members.
Please download and complete our registration form. Mail or deliver the completed form (along with payment if you intend to pay by check) to:
Warren County Historical Society 105 South Broadway Lebanon, OH 45036
Previous History Camp Themes
"The HER-story of Pioneering Women of Warren County." “U.S. Presidents, First Families and US.” “New Discoveries from the Past.” “Southwest Ohio: From Forest to Farms and Settlements to Cities.” "Transportation Transformations" "Home Sweet Home: Living in Southwest Ohio in the Early 19th Century" "Protect & Serve: The History of First Responders in Southwest Ohio" "From the Balloon to the Moon: Southwest Ohio’s Contributions to the Flight of Man" "Following the Tracks of the Underground Railroad in Warren County" "Uncovering the Mysteries of the First Ohioans” Lincoln's Call to Arms: Warren County and the Civil War" “Museums Without Walls: The Cemeteries of Southwest Ohio” ... AND MANY MORE!!!