The Thomasville History Center and Landmarks are joining forces for a special 3-day camp experience at the Lapham-Patterson House for rising 5th through rising 7th graders June 22-24 from 9am until 4pm. Campers will explore the Dawson Street Historic District architecture, the stories of the families who lived there, and historic preservation. Taking inspiration from the neighborhood, campers will each design and “construct” a house using cardboard boxes and mixed materials. Collectively, the campers’ creations will be arranged in a temporary diorama and remain on display at the Lapham-Patterson House through August. Registration is $100 per camper, and campers can sign up online at thomasvillehistory.org. Spaces will be limited and History Center and Landmarks members receive priority registration.