Archive for October 11th, 2011
Enjoy a fun day outside surrounded by costumed interpreters (1771 historical period), entertainers, demonstrations, children’s activities, and lots of delicious foods.
You can purchase a variety of items, from handcrafted soaps to plants.
Food for sale includes savory meat pies, roast chicken on the spit, cooked over an open fire, bread and cheese, pie, and mulled wine and ciders.
Learn to dip candles, make potpourri, or turn a piece of wood on the carpenter’s lathe. The farm is also open during the Market Fair.
This is a great, low-key, non-crowded event for kids and adults.
Admission is $6 for adults and $3 for children 12 and under and seniors. Use your AAA card to get a discount on admission.