Hands-On History

Saturday, May 18th, 11am-4pm
Adults: $10 per Adult or FREE with membership passes
Children 12 & Under: FREE
(cash preferred at the admissions gate)
Please note that Steppingstone does not have an ATM on site

Hands-On History will feature Farm Animals, Folk Arts, Crafts, and Historic Trades demonstrations and DIY maker stations.  

The museum store will also be open and features items handcrafted by our artisans.



Live Demonstrations

Lace Making
Chesapeake Region Lace Guild
Wheelwright Demonstration
Candle Making
Susquehanna Beekeepers Assn.
Leather Crafts
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Beeswax Roll Up Candle
Visit Susquehanna Beekeepers Assn. to make a roll up candle!
Basket Weaving
Visit Deer Creek Basketry Guild to make a basket!
Live music by Kaydence
Tractor Play Space
Visit the Animals
Butter Churning
Visit the Farm House
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Food Available for Purchase

Cowboy Eats - until 3pm

Mr.Dave's Ice Cream Truck

Craft sodas and small candy available in the Museum Gift Shop


Overflow parking will be located in the back field. 

Appropriate footwear is recommended.

Leashed pets are welcome on the grounds and must be immediately cleaned up after. 

Service animals only are permitted inside museum buildings.

All proceeds benefit Steppingstone Farm Museum, a registered private non-profit.  This allows us to continue to preserve and interpret the rural heritage of Harford County.

to our Sponsors and Partners for supporting Steppingstone Farm Museum!

This program is supported in part by the Maryland State Arts Council through the Harford County Cultural Arts Board.

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