Fall Harvest Festival

Saturday, October 3, 2020
10am to 4pm

 

The 18th century comes alive during this annual event, with the sights, sounds, and smells of colonial America. The Fall Harvest Festival is a full day of fun for all ages. 

 

Free admission! Parking: $5.00 per car.

2019's festival included...

Historic Demonstrations:

  • Milling in the 1704 Grist Mill

  • Historic baking by Deborah Peterson

  • Open-hearth cooking by Clarissa Dillon

  • Blacksmithing

  • Woodworking & lathe-turning

  • Joinery in the Millwright's Shop

  • Scherenschnitte (paper cutting)

  • Silhouettes

  • Chair caning

  • Wool spinning

  • Tape weaving

  • Flax processing

  • Historic dyeing

  • 18th-century jewelry

  • Bobbin lacemaking

  • Shoemaking

  • Butter and cheese making

  • Traditional beer brewing

  • Brickmaking

 

Activities & Performances:

 

    *Additional cost

 

Market:

  • Cornmeal - ground in our 1704 Grist Mill!

  • Pumpkins

  • Colonial games

  • Hand-forged ironware

  • For Woodness Sake - wood crafts

  • Dancing Bird Soap Co.

  • 18th-century fishmonger

 

Refreshments:

 

 

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