May 4, 2013
This yearly event is a fun-filled day with activities for all ages—games, music, dancing, and crafts. Colonial conjurer Levram the Great will perform historic magic shows and entertain visitors with pocket magic tricks throughout the day.Tuckers’ Tales Puppet Theatre will perform puppet shows and will also provide festive historic music around the grounds during the event. Signora Bella delights audiences with her acrobatic feats. The Tapestry Historic Dance Ensemble will demonstrate authentic English country dances and will lead visitors in dances around the Maypole to open and close the fair.
A variety of Early American crafters and demonstrators will be on hand to display historic skills and trades and sell their wares. Kids can compete in hoop races, play with colonial toys and games, help churn butter, and more! The first floor of the 1752 manor house will be open for self-guided tours and visitors can shop at the Manor’s museum shop for unique gifts.
|Cost||$2 per person|
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