Little Red Schoolhouse in Palm Beach Takes Students on a Trip to the Past By Caroline Breder-Watts • Sep 8, 2013 TweetShareGoogle+Email Listen Listening... / 3:56 Click the play button above to hear the radio version of this post. The Little Red Schoolhouse is home to the Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach's "living history" program, where students literally experience a blast from Florida's past. Students spend a day learning about Florida's history at the Little Red Schoolhouse. Tags: Little Red SchoolhousePreservation Foundation of Palm BeachCaroline Breder-WattsRadioTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Julius and Julia Sanna Bring African Music and Culture to South Florida By Caroline Breder-Watts • Aug 25, 2013 Julius and Julia Sanna are two South Florida-based musicians who bring our area African culture and music via two bands, Positively Africa and the Julius Sanna Band. In this interview, they discuss their influences and the challenges of marketing their message. Extreme Makeover: South Florida Science Museum By Caroline Breder-Watts • May 26, 2013 The South Florida Science Museum in West Palm Beach was built in 1961, and stayed essentially the same for more than 50 years. All that changes this summer, as we learn from SFSM President Lew Crampton.