Unforgettable Experiences in an Extraordinary Place

Education Programs

First Saturdays

Historical Happenings

From 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. on the First Saturday of the month, learn more about history, archaeology, Mission San Luis, and other topics of interest. Presentations are included with site admission.

  • August 2, 2014
    The Florida Memory Project: The Florida State Archives' Digital Division
    Presented by Joshua Goodman

    Florida Memory is the digital arm of the State Archives of Florida, featuring the world’s largest collection of Florida-related photographs, video and audio recordings, and documents relating to the history of the Sunshine State. Archives Historian Joshua Goodman will provide an overview of Florida Memory and its uses for genealogists, teachers, students, and folks just looking to learn more about their local community. He will also share some behind-the-scenes details about how collections become part of Florida Memory, and which new features will be hitting the site in the very near future.

Colonial Crafts

From Noon to 2:00 p.m. on the First Saturday of the month, children are invited to participate in making crafts that they can then take home. Colonial Crafts is included with admission.
  • August 2: Corn husk dolls
  • September 6: Wild vine crafts
  • October 4: Animal masks

Knit-a-Thon Patterns

For those who were unable to attend Mission San Luis' 1st Annual Knit-a-Thon, or did attend and would copies of the hat patterns that were used, please click on the links below. If you have questions concerning the patterns or Mission San Luis' Living History costume department, please feel free to contact us at (850) 245-6406.

If you have any questions, please call 850.245.6406 for more information. Next