The Delta Cultural Center is an educational resource for families, teachers, students and adults.
Visitors are provided a quality on-site experience through guided tours, performances, lectures, conferences, screenings, re-enactments, living history activities, and exhibit related programs. All designed to support a site-based learning environment.
The Center can provide in-class assistance to teachers on a variety of topics. Our services provide educational programming for classrooms, civic groups, church groups, youth programs and others.
The Delta Cultural Center offers customized presentations in a broad range of subjects. Given a Delta specific topic and adequate time for preparation, our staff of experienced presenters can build a historical program to suit the special needs of classrooms, workshops, civic organizations or in-house tours.
The Center focuses on design and production of classroom materials, teacher & student resources and research guidance. Understanding the importance of life-long learning, we are a reliable educational resource from toddler to mature adult.
Contact Richard Spillman for more information.
Where: Delta Cultural Center/Delta Eagle
Room at the Depot Museum
When: Tuesday, June 5 – Friday, June 8
Time: 9 am– 12 pm
Cost: Free. Registration is required.
Space is limited to ten children. Registration is required. Children can be registered for one or all three days. The deadline for registering is May 30. Please contact the education coordinator by phone at (870) 338-4350 to register.
Take a trip back in time with this highly interactive and
entertaining day camp geared for children between the ages of 10-13.
the way it was lived over 150 years ago as we play a wide
variety of old-fashioned games, activities and crafts. Have you ever
it was like to fish with a cane pole, make a yarn doll, eat
food from a Dutch oven or write with a quill pen? All of these
activities and more
will be included.
Tuesday, June 5 - Pioneer Life
Wednesday, June 6 - Civil War
Thursday, June 7 - Steamboats
Friday, June 8 - Old- Fashioned Sports and Toys