Shop for hand-crafted items such as redware pottery, hand-dyed wool yarn, hand-turned wooden implements, wrought iron, bobbin lace, and 18th-century paper goods.
Featured speakers are Drew Shuptar-Rayvis and Mark A. Turdo.
Shuptar-Rayvis, with a diverse European and Indigenous ancestry, honors his legacy as a living historian. He has studied and become proficient in the reading of Wampum. His program explores the relationships between early European immigrants and Indigenous peoples.
A historian and museum curator, Turdo has been researching early American cider making for the past twenty years. He will discuss the history of the alcoholic beverage and his experiments in recreating 18-century recipes.
Christian Herr had an orchard and produced sweet and hard cider, as well as applejack.