HALE FARM & VILLAGE
A museum of WESTERN RESERVE HISTORICAL SOCIETY
BATH, OHIO — Hale Farm & Village takes guests back more than 100 years to the pioneer days of the Western Reserve at the Jonathan Hale Pioneer Festival June 9th and 10th. Guests will learn, through hands-on activities and interactive demonstrations, how food, farming, and fun sustained pioneer families. Early American craft and trade demonstrations teach production of household goods. Hearth and woodstove cooking demonstrations create the smells and flavors of the period. Farm animals and daily chores teach the life of the pioneer. Finally, guests will see how the Hales lived and slept in the recreated pioneer cabin.
Festival activities occur throughout the day Saturday, June 9th and Sunday, June 10th. Hours are 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. Tickets are available onsite and online at www.halefarm.org. For more information visit the website or call 330-666-3711.
$10 Adults/Seniors; $5 Children (age 3-12)
WRHS Members and Children age 2 & under are always free.
Hale Farm & Village, 2686 Oak Hill Road, Bath Township, OH
Hale Farm & Village, a museum of Western Reserve Historical Society, is Northeast Ohio’s premier outdoor living history museum depicting daily life for mid-19th century residents of the Western Reserve. Located in the heart of the Cuyahoga Valley in Bath Township, Hale Farm & Village features dozens of historic structures, farm animals, heritage gardens, hearth cooking and early American craft and trade demonstrations, bringing history to life for visitors of all ages.
Founded in 1867, Western Reserve Historical Society is one of the oldest and largest nonprofit regional historical societies in the nation. WRHS inspires people to discover the American experience by exploring the tangible history of Northeast Ohio.
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