Family Farm Day at the Concord Museum
October 13, 2012
In association with the new exhibition, "The Greatest Source of Wealth: Agriculture in Concord," the Concord Museum invites you to a Family Farm Day on Saturday, October 13 with hands-on activities that explore Concord’s farming history and celebrate our present-day farms.
Handle tools from 3000 years ago, use a cider press, make and taste sauerkraut with Gaining Ground, decorate pumpkins, visit with chickens from Drumlin Farm, make cornhusk dolls, enjoy refreshments from Concord’s own Trail’s End Café and Reasons to be Cheerful! Then, learn more about local farms and Massachusetts farm products, visit the exhibition, "The Greatest Source of Wealth: Agriculture in Concord," and uncover Concord’s past with an interactive family guide.
10:00-3:00; all activities free with Museum admission: $10 for adults, $8 Seniors (62 & over), $8 Students with valid id, $5 Youth 6-18. Members and children under 6 are free. The Concord Museum is easily accessible from Route 495 or Route 128 and Route 2 and is located at the intersection of Lexington Road and Cambridge Turnpike, ¼ mile east of Concord Center. The Museum’s entrance is on Cambridge Turnpike; parking is free. The Museum is wheelchair accessible.