1920’s Day at co-op

In February we had a 1920’s festival at our homeschool co-op where we learned about some things that happened in the 1920’s in general, and in our area (Thomas Edison, who lived nearby, was actively inventing cool things; the Holland Tunnel between NJ and Manhattan was being built); we got to dress up in fun costumes, someone came in to teach us how to dance the Charleston, and we had a 1920’s themed feast. So much effort went into the whole event to make it a memorable and fun time for everyone. This is one of those posts where the photos will tell a better story than me. What a fantastic time!

(Photo credit: thanks to Russ Dubé for the last 8 photos.)

4 thoughts on “1920’s Day at co-op

  1. Lots of fun photos here – you do make a picturesque flapper, Franci :-)
    1920s was the one decade of U.S history that we studied in our limited high school history class – must have been a particularly eventful patch!

  2. But of course being a ‘flapper’ of the roaring twenties wasn’t exactly a compliment to a Christian :-). I’m sure you wouldn’t have been one of ‘those’ if you had lived back then….

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