Marshall Children Young Docents
JOIN THE MARSHALL CHILDREN AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM AT THE GLEBE HOUSE MUSEUM AND BE A PART OF HISTORY THAT LIVES!
Woodbury: Become part of living history at the Glebe House Museum & Gertrude Jekyll Garden - join the Marshall Children Young Docent Program. Here is your chance to really learn about what life was like for families who lived here in Connecticut during the Revolutionary War. You will learn to conduct guided tours of the museum in period costumes and will be taught candle making, quill writing and other colonial crafts so that you might teach them to other children. You will be doing colonial cooking, visiting area museums, and have lots of fun immersed in the history of the historic house museum on the most historic street in Woodbury.
The Marshall Children Young Docent program is named for the nine children of John and Sarah Marshall who lived in the Glebe House from 1771-1786. These young docents are our greatest ambassadors in the community, and participate in events like the Memorial Day Parade and the Woodbury Christmas Festival. All Hollow’s Eve, a wonderfully scary event now in its 17th year would not be the same without the inclusion of our young docents in the roles of some of Woodbury’s early citizens.