Staying Cool in the 19th Century
June 5th - August 29th
10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
The lovely ladies of the 19th Century wore several pounds of clothing and still only "glistened" in the Georgia heat. How did they do it? Visit this exhibit at Bulloch Hall to learn about 19th Century fashion.
Included in all regularly scheduled tours.
Dunwoody Country Club
Enjoy an elegant black-tie evening at the Dunwoody Country Club on June 17th. The theme this year will be in celebration of the 1853 romance and love affair of Mittie Bulloch and Theodore Roosevelt. There will be dancing, a gourmet dinner, and a silent/live auction. A wonderful time for an historic cause! Call Pam Billingsley for reservations at 770-992-1731 ext. 2. Individual tickets are $150. Sponsorships are available.
Miss Mittie's Academy: A Camp for Young Ladies
June 26th – 30th
9 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Ten young ladies will delight in experiencing the history of entertaining and daily life from the 1800s to today.
In this gracious historic setting we offer the opportunity for girls from ages 9 to 12 to:
Explore a historic site
Learn social graces
Do crafty projects
...With a surprise for their parents on the final day!
There will also be a tour of Bulloch Hall and discover how the children growing up in this house lived and how they kept cool in the summer.
Camp Rough Riders
July 10th - 14th
9:30 - 1:30
Come join us for our annual summer camp! The campers will have a great week exploring our Nature Trail, blacksmithing, ice-cream-making, candle-dipping, sampler-making, open-hearth cooking, wood-working, dyeing fabric, touring, discovering the importance of bees & honey, and more!