Farm History Day
Event published by Michigan Flywheelers Museum
May 10, 2019
09:00am - 2:00pm
06285 68th St.
Open to area schools, homeschoolers, and the public, Farm History Day is a hands-on educational event where kids (and adults) can learn about the lives of our early settlers who lived on farms. During the day, students can learn how to dip candles, churn butter, and make rope while watching the blacksmith pound iron and see logs cut into lumber. Participants take a self-guide tour which includes a visit to Olde Town which features Old Tyme Jail, Over The Hill Forge and Peaceful Knoll Church. Free admission. Pet-free event.