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22nd Annual Harvest Moon Festival

Date/Time

Sep 30, 2013
10:00 AM until 04:00 PM

Description

Join the Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum as they celebrate the fall harvest with a day of hands-on activities, Native American living history displays, an educational herbal walk, music, crafts and Native American foods.

Visitors can interact with Native artisans as they demonstrate traditional crafts and cooking, experience a northeast woodlands encampment and play Native American musical instruments.

Adults can learn about Native plant use on herbal walk led by Lynn and Aidan Clowes. Trustee Grace Fraser will once again make delicious and nutritious Native American breads, stews and desserts for sale in the food tent.

Cost

Admission is $8.50 or $26 for a family.

Location

View map Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum
18 Highlawn Rd.
Warner, NH

Additional Information

Phone

(603) 456-3244

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