Strawbery Banke Historic Village and New Hampshire's Premier Fall Festival
with Marlene Hall
Our annual fall trip will combine both the historic 10-acre living history museum of Strawbery Banke and the premier fall festival of New Hampshire in one location. Strawbery Banke offers visitors 300 years of history through its many restored buildings and the stories of the families who lived and worked there. Costumed role players, interpreters, and demonstrations by the numerous crafts people in Strawbery Banke offer a day to be remembered by visitors enjoying the sights, sounds, and smells of an earlier time. New Hampshire's premier fall festival held on the grounds of the museum is a traditional New England country fair complete with demonstrations by a shoe maker, gun maker, canvas rigger, horner, tinsmith, quilters, and weavers to name some of the occupations you will observe. Livestock exhibits and demonstrations by a sheep herder, animal wrangler, shepherds and herding dogs, and a rabbit warden will complete the day. Be sure to add this to your fall “must see” list!” Food and beverages are available at the Cafe located at the Welcome Center at Strawbery Banke or by taking a short walk into Portsmouth. Departure from Camden Hills Regional High School 8:00 a.m., returning 9:00 p.m. Pick ups at MVHS in Waldoboro and Great Salt Bay School in Newcastle, rest stop at Kennebunk Plaza. Transportation provided by Northeast Charter and Tours. Tour Leaders: Marlene Hall and Barbara Hendricks. Registration $68. 1 day 7:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m. Trip Sat 10/6 CHRHS
Session 1: Oct 6th, 2018
Sat from 8:00 am - 9:00 pm
25 Keelson Dr.
Rockport, ME 04856 Get directions