Harmony Historical Society Harvest Festival

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The Harmony Historical Society Harvest Festival will be held on September 16 & 17 from 10 to 5 at the museum campus in Blockville, NY. New this year will be scheduled demonstration events on both days. Some of the demonstrations will be presented by the Texas 1st Volunteer Infantry, Appalachian Fur Traders, Longbow carving, Chautauqua County Weavers Guild and Hilltop Spinners, Chainsaw carving to name a few. Open hearth cooking will be in the Matson House, early American tools in the Butts Barn, chair caning, tatting and Dun Roving Alpaca will be near the Weaving Shed. Our one room schoolhouse will be having lessons and our new research library will be open. Live music will be from 11 am to 4:30 each day along with merchants and our famous food tent. Musician on Saturday will be Old Dawg Bluegrass, Bonnie Lock Fiddlers and Davis & Eng. Sunday will feature Davis & Eng and Picks & Hammers. Special this year the beautiful “Bear Claw” raffle quilt done in batik fabric by the Golden Needle Quilters.