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State Craft Festival -Farm Animal Frolic - Harvest Festival - Old Time Christmas
40th Annual

October 11th & 12th

Saturday & Sunday 10 am to 5 pm
Admission: $10.00 Children (3-12) $5.00

Free Parking - Shuttle Available
Lots of great Food available to purchase
Rain or Shine - under tents
All demonstrations and food are under tents. We always go rain or shine.
Don't miss all this fun because of "possible" weather forecasts!
No Pets Allowed - No Smoking
Harvest Festival



Harvest Festival

Click here for 2013 Map
(Please check back for the 2014 Map in the fall of 2014)

“Celebrating Penn’s Woods”

This year’s Harvest Festival theme of “Celebrating Penn’s Woods” will offer us an opportunity to explore the wilds of Quiet Valley’s native state of Pennsylvania. European settlers found much to recommend relocation from their homeland to this new, virgin territory.  Springs and streams abounded, hard wood trees, including the black walnut, were plentiful. There was a profuse amount of fish and game available and even the limestone ridges had value. Pennsylvania had plenty to offer the generations of homesteaders that William Penn’s invitation attracted.

There will be demonstrations of many early American skills and crafts, such as broom making, oak split basketry, spinning, weaving, yarn dyeing, tatting, quilling, outdoor brick bake oven, Dutch oven cooking, butter making, and rope making. Plenty of good country food, folk entertainment (on the stage and around the farm) and a variety of activities for children including “Pumpkin Decorating”, Old Time Games, One-room Schoolhouse, pony rides, wagon rides and storytelling will abound. Don’t forget to buy a few raffle tickets for our beautiful festival quilt!

The Civil War Encampment is always a favorite at Harvest Festival. The 142nd Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, Co. G Re-enactors will portray the drill and every day life of soldiers in the 19th century giving visitors a glimpse into history and local heritage. Look for the French and Indian War Guard also.

There will be lots of entertainment, games and contests to round out the festival.

Harvest Festival will be a day visitors of all ages can enjoy. Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm is a non-profit educational organization located 3 miles south of Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania off of Business Route 209 - Directions. The festival will be held on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 11th and 12th from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. rain or shine. Demonstrations are under tents. Admission is $10.00 & children (3-12) $5.00. For more information: 570-992-6161, farm@quietvalley.org .

Links to participants:
Cliff Sunflower
and his "Dancin' with the Honeybees"
French and Indian War Guard of New Jersey. Check them out!

Heritage Craft Demonstrations,
Tasty Country Foods, Folk Entertainment,
Storytelling, Children's Activities,
Handcrafted Items for Sale, Quilt Raffle,
Wagon Rides, Pony Rides, Civil War Encampment,
French & Indian War Guard, and much more!

Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm is a non-profit, educational corporation. It is included in the National Register of Historic Places maintained by the Department of the Interior. It is also included in the Registry of Historic Sites and Landmarks kept by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission.

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347 Quiet Valley Road
Stroudsburg PA 18360
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