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Calendar from September 22 to September 25:


THIS WEEK

September 22 to September 24 in Ticonderoga, New York:

Fourteenth Annual Seminar on the American Revolution—Seminar focuses on the military, political, and social history of the American War for Independence. Advanced registration required. For more information: Fort Ticonderoga, (518) 585-2821.

September 22 to September 23 in Ewing, Virginia:

Candlelight Ghost Tour—Event features a candlelit tour with ghost stories based on actual historical events and includes a haunted dinner experience in the Karlan Mansion. Advanced tickets required. For more information: Wilderness Road State Park, (276) 445-3065.

September 22 to September 24 in York, Pennsylvania:

York Antiques Show and Sale—Show features more than 90 dealers featuring 18th & 19th Century American, English, primitive and period furniture and accessories and more. At York Fairgrounds and Convention Center. For more information: York Antiques Show and Sale, (302) 875-5326.

September 22 to September 23 in Lancaster, Ohio:

Curry’s Harvest Country Gathering—Gathering features autumn accents, decorations and more. For more information: Curry’s Antiques, (740) 654-1333.

September 23 in Brookfield, Massachusetts:

Antiques & Primitive Goods Show—Show features 40 dealers of antiques and primitive goods. For more information: Walker Homestead, (508) 867-4466.

September 23 in Sibley, Missouri:

Grand Festival of Chez les Canses—Event celebrates the French contributions to the region with skilled interpreters, and the arts, crafts and customs of these early European explorers and settlers. For more information: Fort Osage National Historic Landmark, (816) 229-8980.

September 23 to September 24 in Greenwich, New Jersey:

46th Annual Greenwich Artisans Faire and Marketplace—Faire features artisans selling their wares and colonial demonstrations. On the grounds of the c. 1730 Gibbon House. For more information: Cumberland County Historical Society, (856) 455-8580.

EAL Directory artisans attending:
Joan Berkey

September 23 to September 24 in Richmond, Kentucky:

The 1778 Siege of Boonesborough—Living history event includes battle re-enactments, militia and settlers camps, Native American Village, merchants, traders, food, music and more. For more information: Fort Boonesborough State Park, (859) 527-3131.

September 23 in Mackinaw City, Michigan:

Fire at Night - Fort Mackinac Rifle and Cannon—Event features rifle and cannon firings in the evening, tour the Soldier’s Barracks, shopping at Sutlers Store and more. For more information: Colonial Michilimackinac

September 23 to September 24 in Mackinaw City, Michigan:

The Straits Defended: Weapons on the Frontier—Special tour highlights the defensive features of the fort, and includes historic interpreters demonstrating the weapons of Michilimackinac, ranging from Native American war clubs to British field artillery. For more information: Colonial Michilimackinac

September 23 in Lincoln, Rhode Island:

Great Road Open House—Six historic sites along seventeenth-century Great Road host special tours and displays including Arnold House, Blackstone Valley Historical Society, Hannaway Blacksmith Shop, Hearthside, Saylesville Meeting House, and Valentine Whitman Jr. House. For more information: Historic New England, (401) 728-9696.

September 23 in St. Marys City, Maryland:

Militia Muster—Musters features encampment, drills, mock battles, fencing and more. For more information: Historic St. Marys City, (800) 762-1634.

September 23 to September 24 in Sturbridge, Massachusetts:

Festival of New England Makers—Festival features a celebration of artisans across the centuries, with craftsmen and interpreters showcasing trades from the 19th century and today including blacksmith, potter, tinsmith, cooper, printer, and others. For more information: Old Sturbridge Village, (800) 733-1830.

September 23 in Tamworth Village, New Hampshire:

Harvest Festival—Festival celebrates agricultural life, historic crafts, trades, traditions and pastimes. For more information: Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm, (603) 323-7591.

September 23 to September 24 in Saxonburg, Pennsylvania:

Penns Colony—Outdoor marketplace features 185 artisans of folk art, furniture, reproductions and traditional craft and includes period music, authentic 18th c. magic shows, Pipes & Drums, and battle reenactments by French, British and Colonial groups. For more information: Penns Colony, (724) 352-9922.

September 23 in Parkersburg, West Virginia:

Dining with the Blennerhassetts—Event features a candle-lighted dinner prepared and served with proper dining procedures and etiquette of the early 1800s and includes a sternwheeler tour on the Island Belle, a program about the role food played in their daily lives and special Foodways Tour of Harman’s and Margaret’s home. Advanced reservations required. For more information: Blennerhassett Island Historical State Park, (304) 420-4800.

September 23 in McConnells, South Carolina:

Piedmont Pottery & Pickin—Event features traditional and contemporary potters as well as Catawba potters, and includes talks by pottery experts, pottery making demonstrations, and more. At Hightower Hall. For more information: Historic Brattonsville, (803) 684-2327.

September 23 in Ste. Genevieve, Missouri:

The Ste. Genevieve History Conference—Conference features speakers and presentations focusing on the people and events which influenced the early founding of Ste. Genevieve and the Upper Louisiana Territory. Registration required. For more information: Foundation for Restoration, (573) 543-2562.

September 23 to September 24 in La Pointe, Wisconsin:

Anishinaabe Cultural Days-Commemorating the Treaty of 1854—Event features Ojibwe artists, musicians, and living history reenactors, and includes Ojibwe music and art demonstrations, an exhibit on Ojibwe treaty rights and more. For more information: Madeline Island Museum, (715) 747-2415.

September 23 to September 24 in Lerna, Illinois:

Harvest Frolic Fall Celebration—Event features 19th century life on the farm, games, and artisans demonstrating their crafts including, woodcarving, flax processing, soap making, embroidery, pottery, basket weaving, blacksmithing, wheat weaving, tatting, and hearth cooking. For more information: Lincoln Log Cabin State Historic Site, (217) 345-1845.

EAL Directory artisans attending:
Cathy Grafton

September 23 to September 24 in Conestoga, Pennsylvania:

Annual Fall Fest & Fine Craft Show—Event features craftspeople and re-enactors demonstrating and selling their wares. For more information: Conestoga Area Historical Society, (717) 872-1699.

EAL Directory artisans attending:
Robert Hughes

September 23 to September 24 in Huntington, Indiana:

Forks of the Wabash—Event features re-enactors living the lifestyle of Hoosier pioneers, military units conducting drills on foot and on horseback, traders hawking their wares, and meals prepared over open fires. At Hier’s Park. For more information: Forks of the Wabash

EAL Directory artisans attending:
Karen Hainlen

September 23 in Historic Mooresville, Alabama:

Fall Gathering at Mooresville Mercantile—Gathering features 30 artisans, nonprofit and community agencies, and small businesses celebrating fall. For more information: Mooresville Mercantile, (256) 309-9085.

September 23 in Lucas, Ohio:

In the Spirit of Friends Antiques & Primitives Show—Show features primitives, antiques and folk art. At Malabar Farm State Park. For more information: Malabar Farm Foundation, (419) 892-2784.

September 23 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:

The Carl Buchholz Memorial Lecture—Evening discussion with Joseph J. Ellis, Pulitzer Prize-winning author and historian of Founding Brothers, Revolutionary Summer, and The Quartet. For more information: Museum of the American Revolution, (877) 740-1776.

September 23 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:

Kosciuszko, Jefferson, and History’s Forgotten Man from Stockbridge—Lecture on the book Friends of Liberty-Thomas Jefferson, Tadeusz Kosciuszko and Agrippa Hull, the story of three men whose lives were braided together by issues of liberty and race that fueled revolutions across two continents.. Advance registration required. For more information: Museum of the American Revolution, (877) 740-1776.

September 23 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:

Read the Revolution Speaker Series—A Revolution in Color-The World of John Singleton Copley. Jane Kamensky gives a rich an account of the American Revolution as seen by Boston-born artist John Singleton Copley, whose works profoundly shaped the artistic legacy of this dramatic era. For more information: Museum of the American Revolution, (877) 740-1776.

September 23 in Deerfield, Massachusetts:

Open Hearth Cooking Demonstration-It’s Pumpkin Time—Demonstration by hearth cooks of a variety of dishes using heirloom pumpkins and old recipes using this staple of the fall menu. For more information: Historic Deerfield, (413) 774-5581.

September 23 to September 24 in Deerfield, Massachusetts:

Old Deerfield Fall Festival—Festival features artisans offering paintings, woodworking, baskets and more. At Memorial Hall Museum. For more information: Old Deerfield Craft Fairs, 4137747476x190.

EAL Directory artisans attending:
Bonnie White

September 23 to September 24 in Canal Fulton, Ohio:

Yankee Peddler Festival—Event features militia and mountain men, artists and crafters, food from colonial days cooked over open fires, demonstrations, entertainment and more. At Clay’s Park. For more information: Yankee Peddler Festival Association, (800) 535-5634.

September 23 in Muncy, Pennsylvania:

Fall Open House—Open house features 10 local antique dealers and a featured artist, home furnishings, holiday gift giving selections. light refreshments, and more. For more information: Alechia’s Unique House of Country, (570) 546-7545.

September 23 in Kutztown, Pennsylvania:

Heemet Fescht—Event celebrates the harvest with craftsmen, artisans, folklife demonstrations, kids activities, hay rides, food, music, and more. For more information: Pennsylvania German Cultural Heritage Center, (610) 683-1589.

September 24 in Louisville, Kentucky:

Fall Antiques Market—Market features dozens of dealers offering fine and country furniture, textiles, jewelry, silver, and more. For more information: Historic Locust Grove, (502) 897-9845.

September 25 to September 30 in Round Top, Texas:

Original Round Top Antiques Fair—Dealers sell early American, Texas primitive, Continental furniture and more at the Big Red Barn, Big Red Barn Tent, Continental Tent, and Carmine Dance Hall. For more information: Original Round Top Antiques Fair, (512) 237-4747.

September 28 to September 29 in Winterthur, Delaware:

Treasures on Trial-The Truth and Consequences of Fine Art Forgery—Event features investigators, prosecutors, defense attorneys, scientists, and art market experts discussing the financial, legal, and art historical implications of fine art forgery. Registration required. For more information: Winterthur Museum, (800) 448-3883.

September 29 in Bedminster Township, New Jersey:

Colonial Tavern Night—Event features tavern games, and period songs and dances in a spirited colonial tavern atmosphere. Advance registration required. For more information: Jacobus Vanderveer House and Museum, (908) 396-6053.

OPENINGS

September 25 to October 25 in Charles City, Virginia:

Emancipation and Its Legacies—Exhibition charts the history of emancipation and the struggle for civil rights from 1850 to 1964. For more information: Shirley Plantation, (804) 829-5121.

ON-GOING EXHIBITIONS

Now through November 1, 2018 in Washington, District of Columbia:

1856 British Guiana One-Cent Magenta—The world’s rarest postage stamp, the 1856 British Guiana One-Cent Magenta, will be on display on Level 2, William H. Gross Stamp Gallery of the National Postal Museum. For more information: National Postal Museum, (202) 633-1000.

Now through October 1 in St. Augustine, Florida:

Dugout Canoes: Paddling Through the Americas—Exhibit features ancient artifacts, tools and life-size vessels, explaining how life and travel in the Americas has been affected by the historical use of the dugout. For more information: Government House Museum

Now through September 30, 2018 in Mount Vernon, Virginia:

Lives Bound Together-Slavery at George Washingtons Mount Vernon—Exhibit demonstrates how closely intertwined the lives of the Washingtons were with those of the enslaved through household furnishings, art works, archaeological discoveries, documents, and interactive displays. In the galleries of the Donald W. Reynolds Museum. For more information: George Washingtons Mount Vernon, (703) 780-2000.

Now through December 23 in Deerfield, Massachusetts:

Into the Woods: Crafting Early American Furniture—Exhibit features an array of masterworks by famous American cabinetmakers. For more information: Historic Deerfield, (413) 774-5581.

Now through December 23 in Deerfield, Massachusetts:

Celebrating the Fiber Arts: The Helen Geier Flynt Textile Gallery—Exhibit features 38 examples of American and European clothing, accessories, textiles and needlework from the 17th century through the mid-20th century. . For more information: Historic Deerfield, (413) 774-5581.

Now through December 23 in Deerfield, Massachusetts:

Engraved Powder Horns from the French and Indian War and the American Revolution-The William H. Guthman Collection—Exhibit features 75 powder horns offering a wealth of documentary information about the original owners and carvers who created them. In the Flynt Center of Early New England Life. For more information: Historic Deerfield, (413) 774-5581.

Now through July 1, 2018 in Winchester, Virginia:

This Must Be the Place-The Art of Landscape—Exhibition focuses on the real and imagined places that have captured the attention and imagination of artists, travelers, and viewers over the course of three centuries. For more information: Museum of the Shenandoah Valley, (888) 556-5799.

Now through August 19, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts:

Past Is Present-Revival Jewelry—Exhibition examines more than 4,000 years of jewelry history through 70 object, both ancient and revival, tracing the movement from the 19th to the 21st centuries. For more information: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, (617) 267-9300.

Now through November 5 in Pottstown, Pennsylvania:

Rise and Shine at the Manor—Exhibit focuses on how the humble activities of daily life differed from"or were often remarkably similar to"the activities of today. For more information: Pottsgrove Manor, (610) 326-4014.

Now through December 31 in Williamsburg, Virginia:

English Country Dancing—Bed and Breakfast hosts Colonial Dancing (known as English Country Dancing) on Tuesdays year round to watch or participate. For more information: Newport House Bed and Breakfast, (877) 565-1775.

Now through December 31 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania:

Signed, Stamped or Engraved-A Treasury of Artifacts Bearing Names—Exhibit features artifacts from the Landis collection that, in one manner or another, are marked with peoples’ names, exploring historical reasons why they came to be so. For more information: Landis Valley Village & Farm Museum, (717) 569-0401.

Now through September 23 in Berea, Kentucky:

225-Artists Celebrate Kentucky’s History—Exhibit features local artisans works celebrating 225 years of Kentucky history. Meet the Artists Reception March 26. For more information: Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea, (859) 985-5448.

EAL Directory artisans attending:
Lydia Allen

Now through January 7, 2018 in Wilmington, Delaware:

Treasures on Trial: The Art and Science of Detecting Fakes—Exhibition features more than 40 examples of fakes and forgeries from the Winterthur collection as well as public and private sources and discovers the motives for their creation and the evidence used in the detection. For more information: Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library, (800) 448-3883.

Now through December 31 in Cooperstown, New York:

Hamilton’s Final Act—Exhibit marks the 212th anniversary of the tragic occurrence focusing on the letters between Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr that led to the eventual confrontation in Weehawken, New Jersey. For more information: Fenimore Art Museum, (607) 547-1400.

Now through December 30 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:

Curious Revolutionaries-The Peales of Philadelphia—Exhibition explores the Peale family’s role in shaping early American public culture through innovations in art, science, and technology. For more information: American Philosophical Society Museum, (215) 440-3440.

Now through December 31 in Trappe, Pennsylvania:

Revolution at Home—Exhibit focuses on the year 1787, when Henry and his wife, Anna Maria, sold the house to their son Peter and includes examples of Pennsylvania German and Philadelphia furniture, silver, and portraits. For more information: Henry Muhlenberg House

Now through February 11, 2018 in Deerfield, Massachusetts:

Why We Collect: Recent Acquisitions at Historic Deerfield, 2010-2017—Exhibition presents more than 20 highlights from the collection that have been acquired in the past seven years and also explains how these objects help us to understand everyday life, work, and culture in New England’s past, and why the museum’s staff added them to the collection. For more information: Historic Deerfield, (413) 774-5581.

Now through December 31 in Williamsburg, Virginia:

We the People-American Folk Portraits—Exhibition features approximately 40 portraits of American folk art revealing much about ordinary people-how they lived, what they valued, and how they wished to be remembered. In the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum. For more information: Colonial Williamsburg, (888) 965-7254.

Now through October 8 in New York, New York:

American Indian Art from the Fenimore Art Museum-The Thaw Collection—Exhibition highlights 38 masterworks from the Eugene and Clare Thaw Collection of American Indian Art at the Fenimore Art Museum in Cooperstown and features landmark creations in a range of media and encompasses close to 1,200 years of artistic tradition and innovation. For more information: The Met Fifth Avenue, (212) 535-7710.

Now through December 30 in Plymouth, Massachusetts:

Wedding 396: Four Centuries of Wedding Fashion—Exhibit traces the evolution of wedding fashion from the first Plymouth Colony wedding in 1621 to today with more than two dozen vintage wedding gowns and hundreds of South Shore wedding images are gloriously displayed to reveal the interplay of tradition and innovation over 396 years of New England wedding history. For more information: Pilgrim Hall Museum, (508) 746-1620.

Now through January 7, 2018 in Milton, Massachusetts:

Mementos: Jewelry of Life and Love—Exhibit features more than one hundred thirty pieces of jewelry organized in five themes"Celebrate, Remember, Tour, Collect, and Create and includes souvenir charm bracelets, diamond brooches, hair necklaces, and fashion jewelry made and worn in New England. For more information: Historic New England, (617) 994-5955.

Now through November 26 in St Louis, Missouri:

Cross-Pollination: Flowers in 18th-Century European Porcelain and Textiles—Exhibition features an interdisciplinary look at the dialogue between fashionable goods, nature, and natural science in the 18th century and includes a number of artworks never before exhibited at the Museum. For more information: St Louis Museum of Art, (314) 721-0072.

Now through October 1 in Garrison, New York:

Make-Do’s: Curiously Repaired Antiques—Exhibit features more than 100 examples from local, private and public collections of objects that met with calamity, but were deemed too precious to discard. For more information: Boscobel House and Gardens, (845) 265-3638.

Now through November 27 in Williamsburg, Virginia:

AfterWARd—American Revolution Museum at Yorktown’s inaugural special exhibition follows the incredible stories of four veterans of the Siege of Yorktown and how they went on after the war to help shape the America we know today. For more information: Jamestown Settlement, (888) 593-4682.

Now through December 1, 2019 in Williamsburg, Virginia:

American Folk Arts Rich Cultural Diversity—Exhibit celebrates the 60th anniversary of the museum with approximately 50 objects that include furniture, sculpture and paintings made between the 1700s and the present. For more information: Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum, 800-hist or y.

Now through January 28, 2018 in Williamsburg, Virginia:

Pocahontas Imagined—Exhibition uses depictions of Pocahontas from across the centuries and illuminates the reasons behind her enduring legacy and her impressions on popular culture and art. For more information: Jamestown Settlement, (888) 593-4682.

Now through October 8 in Wilmington, Delaware:

Artists at Work-The Practice of Painting—Exhibit features material from American artists working from colonial days through the early 1900s, and traces the evolving occupation of the professional painter. For more information: Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library

Now through October 14 in Lexington, Massachusetts:

Ex Libris: Histories of Book Ownership from the Van Gorden-Williams Library & Archives—Exhibition of books containing markings that tell us something about their previous owners. Inscriptions, signatures, bookplates, labels, and notations allow us to identify these books’ former owners. For more information: Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library, (781) 861-6559.

Now through July 1, 2018 in Kent, Ohio:

Fringe Elements—Exhibition assembles examples of fringe on costumes and textiles from around the world highlighting both the great diversity in fringe but also the surprising links between seemingly disparate cultures. For more information: Kent State University Museum, (330) 672-3450.

Now through October 28 in Ticonderoga, New York:

Heroic Corn Maze—Six-acre corn maze designed especially for Fort Ticonderoga gives clues connected to the Forts story to find the way through the maze. See website for schedule. For more information: Fort Ticonderoga, (518) 585-2821.

Now through October 31 in Shelburne, Vermont:

Grand Re-opening of Dorset House—The home for the Museum’s waterfowl decoy exhibition, which features works by master craftsmen from all over North America, re-opens after three years of painstaking and meticulous work. For more information: Shelburne Museum, (802) 985-3346.

Now through January 7, 2018 in New York, New York:

War and Pieced-The Annette Gero Collection of Quilts from Military Fabrics—Exhibition showcases the geometric quilts made exclusively by men using richly dyed wools derived from British military and dress uniforms. For more information: American Folk Art Museum, (212) 595-9533.

Now through January 15, 2018 in Hartford, Connecticut:

Sublime North-Romantic Painters Discover Norway—Exhibit showcases major works by Johan Christian Dahl, Thomas Fearnley,and Peder Balke set within selections from the museum’s broader collection of American and northern European landscape painting in the Romantic era. For more information: Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, (860) 278-2670.

September 22 to December 31 in Mystic, Connecticut:

International Marine Art Exhibition and Sale—Juried show showcases the most recent works of more than 100 award-winning marine artists from around the world offering paintings, drawing, sculpture, scrimshaw and ship models depicting tall ships, sailing yachts, working craft, commercial vessels, warships, along with scenes of the shoreline, beaches, harbors and the wildlife that inhabit our seafaring world. For more information: Mystic Seaport, (860) 572-0711.

LATER THIS MONTH

September 30 in Farmingdale, New Jersey: Fall Harvest Festival

September 30 to October 1 in Richmond, Kentucky: Touched by the Fire-Blacksmiths Weekend

September 30 to October 1 in Fort Calhoun, Nebraska: Living History Weekends

September 30 in Mackinaw City, Michigan: Fire at Night - Fort Mackinac Rifle and Cannon

September 30 in Enfield, New Hampshire: Shaker Harvest Festival

September 30 to October 1 in Mumford, New York: Fall Festival & Agricultural Fair

September 30 to October 1 in West Lafayette, Indiana: Feast of the Hunters Moon

September 30 to October 1 in Macungie, Pennsylvania: Artisan Boutique

September 30 in Chelsea, Michigan: Bewitching Peddlers of Halloween

September 30 in Ann Arbor, Michigan: Indian Art and Frontier Antique Show

September 30 in Bethania, North Carolina: Black Walnut Festival

September 30 in Deerfield, Massachusetts: Open Hearth Cooking Demonstration-It’s Pumpkin Time

September 30 in Deerfield, Massachusetts: Historic Trade Demonstration: Silversmithing

September 30 in Charleston, Illinois: Antiques at Osage Farm

September 30 in Birdsboro, Pennsylvania: Heritage Day

October 1 in Campton Hills, Illinois: Harvest Days

October 4 in Louisville, Kentucky: The Clarks of Kentucky

October 4 in Haverhill, Massachusetts: Introduction to New England Furniture

October 4 to October 8 in Zoar, Ohio: Heimatfest

October 6 to October 7 in Waukesha, Wisconsin: 66th Fall Wisconsin Antiques Dealers Association Show & Sale

October 6 to October 7 in Forest, Virginia: Barrels, Bottles & Casks Tours

October 6 to October 7 in Farmingdale, New Jersey: The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

October 6 to October 11 in Fishers, Indiana: Arts and Arms Making Workshop Series

October 6 to October 7 in Tacoma, Washington: Candlelight Tour

October 6 to October 7 in Mackinaw City, Michigan: Fort Fright

October 6 to October 8 in Sleepy Hollow, New York: Horsemans Hollow

October 6 to October 8 in Sleepy Hollow, New York: Irvings Legend

October 6 in Gaffney, South Carolina: The Night before Kings Mountain

October 6 to October 8 in Stowe, Vermont: Stowe Foliage Arts Festival

October 6 to October 8 in Waterford, Virginia: Waterford Fair

October 6 to October 8 in Williamsburg, Virginia: An Occasion for the Arts

October 6 to October 8 in St. Charles, Illinois: Autumn On the Fox Art and Craft Show

October 6 in Wilmington, North Carolina: Night Tour of the Burgwin-Wright House

October 7 to October 8 in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania: 43rd Annual Harvest Festival

October 7 in Zionsville, Pennsylvania: Stahl’s Fall Pottery Festival

October 7 to October 8 in Brunswick, Maine: Brunswick Fine Craft Show

October 7 in Lee’s Summit, Missouri: 42nd Annual Missouri Town 1855 Festival of Arts, Crafts & Music

October 7 in Farmingdale, New Jersey: Fall Craft Show & Art in the Park

October 7 in Campton Hills, Illinois: Blacksmithing 101 & 201

October 7 to October 8 in Edgewater, Maryland: Trades Month - Textiles with Mara Riley

October 7 to October 8 in Montpelier Station, Virginia: Fall Fiber Festival & Montpelier Sheep Dog Trials

October 7 to October 9 in Sturbridge, Massachusetts: Apple and Ag Days

October 7 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Fall Fair

October 7 in Concord, Massachusetts: Parker’s Revenge: The New Evidence

October 7 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Revolutionary Germantown Festival

October 7 in New Gloucester, Maine: Harvest Festival

October 7 in Charles City, Virginia: Hauntings Tales & Tours

October 7 in Piqua, Ohio: Fall Celebration at the Johnston Farm

October 7 in Bethel, Pennsylvania: Witches of Bethel Antique Show

October 7 to October 8 in Rhinebeck, New York: Antiques at Rhinebeck

October 7 to October 8 in Ashfield, Massachusetts: Ashfield Fall Festival

October 7 to October 8 in St. Louis, Missouri: Best of Missouri Market

October 7 to October 8 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania: Harvest Days

October 7 to October 8 in Millersburg, Ohio: Holmes County Antique Festival

October 7 to October 8 in Williamsburg, Virginia: American Indian Intertribal Powwow

October 7 in Chestertown, Maryland: Chestertown Historic House Tour

October 7 to October 8 in Amherst, Massachusetts: Historic Deerfield Antiques Show

October 7 to October 8 in Roebuck, South Carolina: FestiFall

October 7 to October 8 in Ambridge, Pennsylvania: Erntedankfest-A Harvest Festival

October 7 to October 8 in Greenbush, Wisconsin: Autumn Celebration

October 7 in Newtown, Pennsylvania: Historic Market Day

October 7 to October 8 in Turbotville, Pennsylvania: 36th Annual Heritage Days

October 8 in Sellersville, Pennsylvania: The Story of Bucks County

October 8 in McLean, Virginia: 18th Century Chore Day

October 8 in Plymouth, Massachusetts: 1627 Harvest Dinner with the Pilgrims

October 8 in Enfield, New Hampshire: Backyard Medicine and Blending Your Own Tea

October 9 in Charles City, Virginia: Hauntings Tales & Tours

October 11 in Haverhill, Massachusetts: Introduction to New England Furniture

October 11 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Two Centuries of New England Gardens

October 11 in Madison, Wisconsin: James Madison Lecture Series

October 12 to October 15 in Fishers, Indiana: Headless Horseman

October 12 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin: James Madison Lecture Series

October 13 to October 15 in Fishersville, Virginia: Shenandoah Antiques Expo

October 13 to October 14 in New Milford, Pennsylvania: Historic Ghost Walks of PA

October 13 to October 15 in Ligonier, Pennsylvania: Fort Ligonier Days

October 13 in Mendota, Minnesota: Early Minnesota Women & Lifelong Friendships

October 13 to October 15 in Sleepy Hollow, New York: Horsemans Hollow

October 13 to October 15 in Sleepy Hollow, New York: Irvings Legend

October 13 to October 14 in Mystic, Connecticut: Nautical Nightmares

October 13 to October 14 in Parkersburg, West Virginia: Mansion by Candlelight

October 13 to October 15 in Fairmont, West Virginia: Pricketts Fort Christmas in October

October 13 to October 14 in Mumford, New York: Spirits of the Past Theatrical Tours

October 13 to October 15 in Fishersville, Pennsylvania: Shenandoah Antiques Expo

October 13 to October 15 in Marion, Indiana: Mississinewa 1812

October 13 to October 14 in Old New Castle, Delaware: Hauntings in History Walking Tours

October 13 to October 14 in Wooster, Ohio: Hooked in the Valley

October 13 in Wilmington, Delaware: Treasures on Trial Feature Film Series:-To Catch a Thief

October 14 to October 15 in St. Charles, Illinois: 43rd Fall Fox Valley Antiques Show & Sale

October 14 in Bedminster Township, New Jersey: Bedminster Charities Fall Fest

October 14 to October 15 in Somerset County, New Jersey: Weekend Journey through the Past

October 14 to October 15 in Titusville, New Jersey: Revolutionary War Weekend

October 14 in Statesville, North Carolina: Fall Living History

October 14 to October 15 in Prairie du Rocher, Illinois: Fort de Chartres French & Indian War Encampment

October 14 to October 15 in Edgewater, Maryland: Trades Month - Hearth Cooking

October 14 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina: Homowo Heritage Festival

October 14 to October 15 in Sturbridge, Massachusetts: Apple and Ag Days

October 14 in Concord, Massachusetts: Middlesex County Fife and Drum Corps

October 14 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Candlelight Ghost Tours

October 14 in Toccoa, Georgia: Traveler’s Rest Pioneer Days

October 14 in Charles City, Virginia: Hauntings Tales & Tours

October 14 in Ewing, Virginia: Wilderness Road Heritage Festival

October 14 in Lansdale, Pennsylvania: Home & Headquarters-War Comes to Worcester

October 14 to October 15 in Syracuse, New York: Salt City Antique Shows

October 14 in Seaville, New Jersey: AppleFest

October 14 to October 15 in Williamsburg, Virginia: Yorktown Victory Celebration

October 14 to October 15 in Woodstock, Connecticut: Roseland Cottage Fine Arts and Crafts Festival

October 14 to October 15 in Chesapeake, Virginia: 8th Annual Waterways Heritage Festival

October 14 to October 15 in Dalton, Georgia: Prater’s Mill Country Fair

October 14 to October 15 in Washington Crossing, Pennsylvania: Autumn Market & Encampment

October 14 in Pottstown, Pennsylvania: Fall into Fun

October 15 in Altoona, Pennsylvania: Eighteenth Century Dinner

October 18 in Haverhill, Massachusetts: Introduction to New England Furniture

October 18 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: A Revolution in Color: The World of John Singleton Copley

October 19 to October 22 in Fishers, Indiana: Headless Horseman

October 19 in Salem, Massachusetts: Gedney Glows

October 19 to October 21 in Mumford, New York: Spirits of the Past Theatrical Tours

October 19 to October 21 in Bella Vista, Arkansas: Bella Vista Arts & Crafts Festival

October 19 in Newport, Rhode Island: Redcoats Among Rebels-British Soldiers and Newport Citizens 1777

October 20 to October 21 in Farmingdale, New Jersey: Haunted Hayrides and Haunted Village

October 20 to October 21 in New Milford, Pennsylvania: Historic Ghost Walks of PA

October 20 to October 21 in Perrysburg, Ohio: Garrison Ghost Walk

October 20 to October 22 in Richmond, Kentucky: Rifle Frolic and Frontier Skills

October 20 to October 22 in Sleepy Hollow, New York: Horsemans Hollow

October 20 to October 22 in Sleepy Hollow, New York: Irvings Legend

October 20 to October 21 in Newbury, Massachusetts: Tales and Ales

October 20 to October 21 in Mystic, Connecticut: Nautical Nightmares

October 20 to October 22 in North Augusta, South Carolina: Colonial Times: A Day To Remember

October 20 to October 21 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Candlelight Ghost Tours

October 20 to October 22 in Asheville, North Carolina: Craft Fair of the Southern Highlands.

October 20 to October 21 in Old New Castle, Delaware: Hauntings in History Walking Tours

October 20 to October 22 in High Springs, Florida: Alligator Warrior Festival

October 20 to October 21 in Chestertown, Maryland: Ghost Walks of Historic Chestertown

October 20 to October 21 in Zoar, Ohio: Ghost Tours of Zoar

October 21 to October 22 in McLean, Virginia: Colonial Market Fair

October 21 in Exeter, New Hampshire: Ghosts of Winter Street Cemetery

October 21 to October 22 in Big Pool, Maryland: A Pleasant Diversion

October 21 in Ft. Wayne, Indiana: Fright Night Lantern Tours

October 21 to October 22 in Vonore, Tennessee: 18th Century Trade Faire

October 21 to October 22 in Edgewater, Maryland: Trades Month - Navigators Roundtable

October 21 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Early Innovations

October 21 in Charlottesville, Virginia: Archaeology Open House

October 21 to October 22 in Mount Vernon, Virginia: Fall Harvest Family Days

October 21 in Blountstown, Florida: Pioneer Day

October 21 in Lincoln, Massachusetts: Halloween Tales

October 21 to October 22 in Fairmont, West Virginia: Native American Weekend

October 21 in Forest, Virginia: Poplar Forest Fall Festival

October 21 in Media, Pennsylvania: Lantern Ghost Tours

October 21 in Charles City, Virginia: Hauntings Tales & Tours

October 21 to October 22 in Fredericktown, Maryland: Oktoberfest

October 21 in McLean, Illinois: Autumn Celebration

October 21 to October 22 in Goshen, Indiana: The Gathering at Five Medals

October 21 to October 22 in Marthasville, Missouri: Deutsch Country Days

October 21 in McConnells, South Carolina: Spirits & Stories

October 21 to October 22 in New Philadelphia, Ohio: Schoenbrunn Village Colonial Trade Fair

EXHIBITIONS OPENING THIS MONTH

October 1 to April 1, 2018 in Los Altos, California: Juana Briones y su California

October 4 to January 7, 2018 in New York, New York: Leonardo to Matisse: Master Drawings from the Robert Lehman Collection

October 5 to October 27 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania: Sleepy Hollow: The Legend Comes to Rock Ford

October 7 to October 15 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Occupied Philadelphia: The British Are Coming Back

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