Date(s) - 08/14/2021
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
QUIET VALLEY LIVING HISTORICAL FARM
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Stroudsburg (PA) – Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm will feature the 15 th annual
Heritage Craft Day on Saturday, August 14 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Demonstrators
will show traditional heritage craft skills of the 1800s throughout the day. There will be
hands-on opportunities for visitors who wish to try out some of these crafts for
themselves. A children’s craft area is being planned.
Demonstrations such as spinning, weaving, wheat weaving, horn work, pottery,
blacksmithing and paper crafts will take place. The purpose of Heritage Craft Day is to
provide a greater awareness of these historic folk crafts that were essential to everyday
living in previous generations. This is a wonderful chance for individuals, families and
children to explore the exciting world of traditional crafts. Wagon rides are being offered
for a small additional fee, but are weather dependent. The crafters are under tents in
case of rain. The schedule is subject to change.
Heritage Craft Day is included in the regular admission price of $12.00 for adults,
$6.00 for children ages 3 – 12, and children two and under are free. Farm tours are
available throughout the day on Saturday from 10:00am to 5:00pm. The bake oven will
be in operation and guests will be able to visit the one room school. Farm and event are
open rain or shine. Allow 2 to 2 ½ hours to see everything.
All funds raised go to support Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm, a 501(c) (3)
non-profit, educational corporation. Quiet Valley is dedicated to the preservation and
interpretation of rural life of the 19 th century. The historic farm museum is open to the
general public from the third Saturday in June through Labor Day Monday, closed
Mondays except Labor Day. Also, open select Spring and Fall Saturdays; Major
fundraising events are held in May, October and December. Tours for schools and
groups are by reservation. For more information visit our website www.quietvalley.org or call the farm at (570) 992-6161.