Nazareth, PA—The Moravian Historical Society is pleased to announce its Harvest Festival, held on Saturday, October 23, 2021 from 10 a.m–5 p.m. This free, fun-filled day celebrates 18th and 19th century history with local artisans, farms, music, demonstrations, food, and beverages.
Hosted on the beautiful lawn of the historic 1740-1743 Whitefield House in downtown Nazareth, this family-friendly day is filled with history, demonstrations, musical entertainment, great food, and free children’s activities. Visitors can learn about Pennsylvania’s history of cider-making, the many ways plants were used in the 18th and 19th centuries, and tips for preparing your gardens for the fall! The Dina Hall Trio will provide Americana music.
Interested artisan and food vendors can find an application on our website: www.moravianhistory.org/harvestfestival. The deadline to apply is Friday, October 8th.
Founded in 1857, the Moravian Historical Society (MHS) preserves, interprets, and celebrates the rich culture of the Moravians. Located in Nazareth, Pennsylvania, MHS maintains the 1740–1743 Whitefield House and the 1740 Gray Cottage, the oldest surviving Moravian structure in North America. Recognized widely for its significant collection, the museum offers permanent and changing exhibitions and a store that features gifts, books, and handmade artisan items.
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