MACHE Home School Day at the Capitol
Town Annapolis Walking Tour
** Hosted by the
Maryland Association of Christian Home Educators (MACHE) **
DATE: (tentative) February 19, 2014
SCHEDULE: The MACHE Homeschool Day at the Capital &
Old Annapolis Walking Tour
LOCATION: Starting at the Joint Hearing Room in the Legislative
Services Bldg. (9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.).
The MACHE Homeschool Day at
the Capital is a great opportunity for home schooling students to
get an up close and personal look at the American political process.
The day will include a free guided tour of the State House,
observing the senate and house activities from the balcony, sitting
in on committee hearings, participating in an orientation and
special presentation on how a bill becomes a law by the Legislative
Services Office and an opportunity to hear personally from some
COST: The Home School Day
at the Capital is FREE but space is limited and pre-registration is essential. Registration will be taken on a first-come-first-served basis – so call early. A map and details will be sent to all who register while space is available. Families can register by calling the MACHE office at (301) 607-4284. Questions? - Call or e-mail the MACHE office.
Optional "Colonial Life" Walking Tour of Annapolis (12:30
Extend your day in Annapolis by participating in the
"Colonial Life" Tour of Old Town Annapolis. This two-hour walking
tour led by costumed guides will include visits to buildings and
areas significant to local and Maryland history like the U.S. Naval
Academy, the crypt of John Paul Jones and St. John’s College. We will be scheduling groups of approximately 20 starting at 12:30. Additional groups may be scheduled to depart at 1:30 p.m. if necessary.
COST: MACHE will subsidize the tour tickets for member families (members pay ˝ ticket cost). Ticket prices are $12 per adult and $10 per student (non-MACHE members) and $6 per adult and $5 per student for MACHE member families.
Families can register by calling the MACHE office at (301) 607-4284. Questions? - Call or e-mail the MACHE office. If you have any questions, call or e-mail the MACHE office.
A confirmation letter along with a map and details will be sent to
each family who registers by the deadline.