Fall Harvest Festival - CANCELED
September 26th & 27th
It is with great sadness that the museum’s Board of Directors and Executive Director have decided that our Annual Fall Harvest Festival is canceled. With Coronavirus still in our communities and current State mandates and guidelines, making sure this event runs smoothly, safely and does not lose its charm, has proven difficult. Please know that this decision was not made lightly and was made with the community, vendors, volunteers and staff in mind. Our staff is busy planning smaller opportunities for 2020 and excited for a brighter 2021.
Open Museum Weekends are still happening Saturdays and Sundays 1 pm – 5pm through the end of October!
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Please stay tuned for further updates and information about our reopening, future events, volunteer meetings and museum weekends.
Like all of you, we are actively monitoring the coronavirus (covid-19) situation. We want to assure you that we are keeping a steady watch on information from County and State officials. Please know that the health and safety of our visitors, volunteers and staff is our greatest concern.
Please know we remain committed to you and all the people we serve. The staff, volunteers and the Board live and work in your local community; we are your neighbors. We will continue to focus on delivering the history of the rural heritage of Harford County to our schools and community groups.
If you have any museum business, please email
Haley Miller, the Executive Director at
Thanks for your understanding and commitment. Stay safe and healthy.