Please join us for LIVING HISTORY DAYS

Every Wednesday between 11 AM and 3 PM


The public is invited to walk the grounds as they view local heritage craft demonstrators working around the farm. Every week is different. You might see a broom maker weaving various materials, a blacksmith pounding hot metal in the forge, reed being woven into baskets, wool being spun into yarn, and perhaps learn about essential tools needed for survival in 1850. 


Guided historical tours of our furnished log cabin (circa 1847) and surrounding buildings are offered by appointment at 11 AM or 2 PM. Write to at least twenty-four hours in advance to reserve a spot. While there is no charge, donations are encouraged. 


Bring a picnic lunch to enjoy on the grounds. 

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Teaching and learning is

our primary goal.

Pioneer Life

Preserving the mid-19th century way of life.


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