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Colonial Williamsburg: A City Frozen in Time (virtual classroom)

Have you ever wondered what life was really like for our Founding Fathers? In the city of Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia, you can watch it happen. Meet an elite cadre of interpreters who portray real historic figures in an 18th century town: From the well-known George Washington to the lesser-known stories of the free and enslaved Black people of Williamsburg who made up over 50 percent of the population. See where they lived, dined, and conversed. Find out what life was like without cars, computers, electricity, or phones. Join us for an online multi-media presentation and see for yourself.

Code:21S8087031QA
Dates:April 6, 2021 Check for other dates
Meets:Tu : 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Hours:2.00
Location:Zoom Classroom 4
Instructor:Bill Pate
Fee:$29 FeeBreakdown
Notes:We email virtual classroom access two business days before classes begin; please register early to ensure you receive this information. If you have not received virtual classroom access the day before your class, please check your inbox's spam and deleted folders. It is the responsibility of participants to check their email inbox for virtual access information prior to class and, if it has not been received, to contact our office during business hours (8 a.m. - 5 p.m.) before class starts at comed@whatcom.edu or (360) 383-3200. No refunds or credits will be given for a class once it has started.

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