30th Annual Pettengill Farm Day - caching?
Anyone attending this or know more about the geocaching listed?? I got back to our house too late today to call the Historical Society. This text is from a sign at the entrance to the Farm. Photo of sign put up in the gallery. Can you tell we did the cache in there today?
30th Annual Pettengill Farm Day
Sunday October 2, 2005 10-3PM
(Rain Date: October 9, 2005)
Freeport Historical Society is celebrating 30 years of stewardship of Pettengill Farm, and you are invited! Even if you have attended every farm day for the past twenty nine years... don't miss this year.
1PM Musical concert of sea shanties and folk tunes by Jeff Warner
Experience Pettengill Farm House will feature, in situ, the images from our new exhibition "A window through time: Pettengill Farm and the Soul of New England". Meet photographer John G. Kelley.
New interpretive exhibit featuring rarely seen photographs taken by Mildred G. Pettengill in 1919.
Letterboxing.org and Geocaching.com events - bring your own GPS! Learn more about these popular treasure hunts.
Horse drawn wagon rides with Sonny and his horses or take a boat trip up the Mill Stream and Carter's Creek.
Wander our extensive trail system to check out our 140 acres of fields, woods and salt marsh.
Children's games and activities, cinder pressing and butter making.
Fabulous lunch, beverage and bake sale table.
Directions: From Main Street in Freeport, turn east on Bow Street (right across from main entrance to LL Bean). Go 1.5 miles, turn right onto Pettengill Road. Drive slowly along dirt road and park near farmhouse. For more information on this free community event, please call 865-3170 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
TwoMaineiacs / Anne and Joe