The day will be filled with historical events including civil war encampment, blacksmithing, potter making and open hearth cooking.
Attendees can also tour the historic 1720 William Miller House, where the fair takes place. Fun starts at 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.
For more information, click here.
Will you be taking pictures at the event?
Our new open blog, Snapshots, hopes to be a place where you can share these great images of weekend fun in town with the rest of the community.And it’s easy to share.
-Visit the Snapshots blog here and click on the open text box under the heading to create a post and upload a photo.
-Or, from the homepage, follow these steps:
-Sign in to your Patch. (Click “Join” if you don’t have an account yet.)
-Click the "Blogs" tab, near the top of the homepage and then locate the Snapshots blog in the left-hand column. Click on it.
-Click in the box that says, “Write a new post” and then click on “Article” at the top.
-Give your post a headline, enter the body of the story and upload your photos.
-Click “Post now.”
We can't wait to see what you did.