The 2018 Fairbanks Fall Festival will be Sunday, September 30th
On Sunday, September 30th, the Fairbanks House is hosting its 3rd annual Fall Festival. Join us to see demonstrations of historic crafts like weaving, spinning, tin-smithing, pottery-making, cheese-making, cider-making, and woodworking. Buy homemade goods from the artists. Taste and buy delicious homemade cider. Meet a Civil War troop and see their camp, an 18th century doctor, and Marines serving in the War of 1812. Kids can play historic games and dip their own candle! See a couple of live alpacas and learn why wool-providing animals (like sheep) were so important throughout colonial history. Take a look inside the 1637 Fairbanks House (for free), and support the museum by buying raffle tickets for great prizes to local businesses or purchasing items from our tag sale table.
The festival will run from 12pm-5pm at the Fairbanks House, and admission is free.
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Are you a historic re-enactor? Do you make historic crafts?
Demonstrate or sell your crafts at the Festival!
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