The public is invited to experience life on the farmstead during the 1800s as the Hull Family Home & Farmstead presents Heritage Days, Saturday and Sunday, September 7 and 8, from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. The Farmstead is located at 5976 Genesee Street in Lancaster.
Tradesmen and craftsmen will be on hand to demonstrate and show their heritage products and art. There will be additional demonstrations and hands-on activities for adults and children, such as spinning; weaving; woodworking; cooking; blacksmiths; tinsmiths, guided educational nature walks and more! This will be a wonderful opportunity for the whole family to learn and experience life in days gone by.
The cost is $5 for ages 15 and older; $2 for youth ages 8-14. Children under eight years old admitted free. Reservations not required. For more information, call 741.7032 or visit hullfamilyhome.com.
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