At The Museum: May 4 – 10

MAY 4 – 10 : WOMEN’S WORK – NEVER DONE! 

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Highlighted Activities

Monday (May 4)

  • 1700’s Irish Farm: Weaving (2:00-4:00)
  • 1600’s English Farm: Cleaning and gardening
  • 1700s Irish Forge:
  • 1700’s German Farm: Working in flax field (10:00-12:00); Spinning (2:00-4:00)
  • 1700’s West African Farm: Fence repairs
  • 1700’s Ganatastwi: Hide processing (10:00-12:00); Moccasin making
  • 1820’s America: Traditional cooking (2:00-4:00)
  • 1740’s American Farm – Gardening
  • 1820’s American Farm – Foodways (2:00-4:00)
  • 1850’s American Farm – Quilting and gardening
  • Early American School House – Open to view
  • Mount Tabor Log Church – Roof work

Tuesday (May 5)

  • England: Garden work (morning); Wool processing (2:00-4:00)
  • 1850’s America: Quilting and knitting

Wednesday (May 6)

  • England: Sheep shearing (10:00 & 2:00); Wool processing (10:00-12:00 and 2:00-4:00)
  • 1820’s America: Spinning wool (2:00-4:00)
  • Germany: Vineyard work; Spinning wool (2:00-4:00)
  • 1740’s America: Fence making

Thursday (May 7)

  • England: Wool processing (10:00-12:00 and 2:00-4:00)
  • Ireland: Spinning wool (2:00-4:00)
  • 1850’s America: Sheep shearing (10:00 & 2:00)
  • 1820’s America: Spinning wool (2:00-4:00)

Friday (May 8)

  • England: Wool processing (10:00-12:00 and 2:00-4:00); Sheep shearing (10:00 & 2:00)
  • 1820’s America: Spinning wool (2:00-4:00)

Saturday (May 9)

  • England: Sheep shearing (10:00); Wool processing (10:00-12:00 and 2:00-4:00)
  • Ireland: Weaving (10:00-12:00); Sheep shearing (2:00)

Sunday (May 10)

  • Germany: Spinning (10:00-12:00 and 2:00-4:00)
  • Ireland: Weaving (1:00-4:00)

 

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