2018 Summer Highlights – Highlights added throughout Spring – Check back regularly
Highlights run approximately 10:00am – 3:30pm unless otherwise noted.
They are included in tour admission except as noted below.
Schedule and prices subject to change
Quilting – Wednesdays – June 20 through August 29
Bake Oven – Saturdays – June 16 – September 1
Saturday 6/16 – Summer Garden Party (10:00 – 4:00)
A day of garden tours, herb lore, food demo, food tastings, children’s & adult crafts.
Summer Garden Party is sponsored in part by a PA Partners in the Arts Project Stream grant.
Date – TBA – Friend’s of Quiet Valley BBQ Chicken Dinner Fundraiser at 4:30pm and 5:30 pm with limited seating, please call for reservations.
Saturday 6/23 – Children’s Day – A day of old fashion fun, games, crafts and activities
Saturday 7/14 – Music in the Valley (10:00 – 5:00)
Enjoy traditional music played at various venues around the farm, jam session at 3:30
Music in the Valley is sponsored in part by a PA Partners in the Arts Project Stream grant.
Saturday 8/11 – Heritage Craft Day (10:00 – 4:00)
A variety of heritage craftspeople demonstrate their specialties. Black Smithing, Hay Fork Making, Weaving, Wheat Weaving, Tatting and Basket Making are just some of the crafts to be presented. This event offers hands-on opportunities for adults and a special children’s Make or Take area. Members of the Pocono Chapter of the PA Gourd Society and the Pocono Chapter of the Embroiderer’s Guild of America will be attending. Crafts subject to change.
Heritage Craft Day is sponsored in part by a PA Partners in the Arts Project Stream grant.
Saturday/Sunday 8/25 & 8/26 – Pocono State Craft Festival – $6pp, Under 12 free
Sponsored by Pocono Arts Council, Pocono Chapter of PA Guild of Craftsmen and Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm. 10am – 5pm both days. Fine Art & Crafts for sale; Historic buildings open – no regular tours, other activities
Saturday 9/8 – Farm to Table Experience – Adults $20, Ages 3-10 $10
Groups go out every 20 minutes from 4pm – 6:30pm to four different locations on the farm where they learn about that area’s featured food, then sample a tasty dish made with a locally sourced product.