NH Farm Museum Calendar 2014
Calendar subject to change
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October 25th Beginners Blacksmithing Workshop w/ Steve Woodman 10 am - 3 pm
This introductory blacksmith class is for those who have always wanted to try their hand at blacksmithing or have a little experience under their belt. Steve Woodman is a blacksmith and gunsmith, steeped in the historic traditions of the art. Pre-registration is required and class is limited to six participants.
Tuition: $75, $65 NH Farm Museum members. Please call or email to register firstname.lastname@example.org
October 25th The Milton Market 9:30 am to 1:30 pm
Farm Fresh Produce, jams/jellies, baked goods, wool, jewelry, homemade soaps and all sorts of beautiful crafts made by local artisans and great music.
There is no charge to shop the Market and it’s a great place to shop for the Holidays.
November 8th Logging on the Farm Program 10 am -2:00 pm
Join us for a demonstration of logging with horses as we cut some of our red pines. The folks from Belgian Meadows Farm will be on hand with two teams of horses to twitch the logs out of the woods. You can try rolling logs with a peavey, see our collection of 300 axes in the big yellow barn, visit our tractor barn and blacksmith shop and visit with the farm animals. We will have bean hole beans to sample along with homemade soup for sale.
Admission: $5 adult/ $3 child ages 5 and up.
November 16th Annual NH Wine & Cheese Tasting for Museum members & guests 5-7:30 pm
Taste the best of New Hampshire made wine and artisan cheeses from local farms at this annual event for museum members and their guests. You can also bid on some great silent auction items and help support the Museum. Event held at the Plummer Homestead.
Suggested donation $15 per person. Please RSVP to 603-652-7840 or email@example.com
November 22nd An Old-Fashioned Thanksgiving on the Farm 10 am- 3 pm
New Hampshire has a special connection to Thanksgiving, as it was our own Sarah Josepha Hale, born on a farm in Newport, NH, who after many years of letter writing, persuaded President Lincoln to declare the fourth Thursday in November a National Day of Thanksgiving in 1863, thereby establishing the National Holiday.
So come for homemade pumpkin pie in the farmhouse kitchen, horse-drawn wagon rides through the fields, visits with the farm animals, popcorn over the campfire and special living history farmhouse tours with costumed roleplayers. Admission $10 adult, $5 child/ Museum members $6/$3
December 20th A Victorian Christmas on the Farm 10 am -3 pm
Tour the beautifully decorated historic Jones Farmhouse with costumed role players and experience the wonder of a Victorian Christmas. Enjoy a horse-drawn sleigh or wagon ride through the fields, depending on the weather. Make a hand-dipped Christmas candle to take home, roast chestnuts over an open fire, and partake of gingerbread and hot cider in the farmhouse kitchen. Explore the barns and meet the farm animals.
Admission: $10 adult, $5 child/ Museum members $6/$3