Learn about traditional crafts at Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm

Stroudsburg. See demonstrations of spinning, weaving, wheat weaving, bobbin lace, paper crafts, horn work, pottery, and other folk crafts essential to daily life in the 19th century.

| 05 Aug 2020 | 03:48

Learn about the crafts essential to everyday living at Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm’s annual Heritage Craft Day, to be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 8.

Throughout the day, demonstrators will show traditional craft skills of the 1800s, including spinning, weaving, wheat weaving, bobbin lace, horn work, pottery, and paper crafts. Visitors will be able to try out some of these crafts for themselves. A children’s craft area is being planned.

The crafters are under tents in case of rain. The schedule is subject to change. Allow from two to two and a half hours to see everything.

Farm tours are available throughout the day on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The farm museum grounds are open until 5 p.m. The bake oven will be in operation, and guests will be able to visit the one-room school.

Heritage Craft Day is included in the regular admission price of $10 for adults, $5 for children ages 3 to 12, and free for children two and under.

All funds raised go to support Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm, a non-profit, educational corporation dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of rural life of the 19th century. For more information call 570-992-6161.

Ed Weinhofer Horn Work 5052

347 Quiet Valley Road

Stroudsburg, PA 18360



July 21, 2020



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