Charlie Needs a Cloak-Story Time

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Charlie Needs a Cloak-Story Time
Sunday, June 20, 2021 12:00 PM
Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation, Gradyville, PA
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New this year-Sunday Storytime! Join us Sunday, July 18th from 12:00pm until 2:00pm we will be reading from a children's book, the children will then do a hands on activity, go on a behind the scenes farm tour and then you are welcome to picnic in our grove!


Join us for a special story time where we read “Charlie Needs a Cloak” by Tommie dePaola! Children will follow the titular Shepard, as he creates his beautiful cloak by hand. After following the cloth making process in “Charlie Needs a Cloak,” the children will have the opportunity to see and feel the same wool from the story!

In order to ensure the safety of our staff, volunteers and visitors, we have modified our operations in response to COVID-19 and we invite you to review the details below to help you plan your visit.

Pre-Registration Required
Please try to arrive on time for your admission; we cannot guarantee that we can accommodate a later start time. 

During Your Visit

Effective June 1st-Masks for visitors are not required for those fully vaccinated. Unvaccinated guests are required to wear masks indoors and outdoors in accordance with Park rules.

Before You Leave the House, please remember to bring your:
Proof of your pre-registration. Printed tickets recommended but you can also show your ticket on your cell phone.
If you are unvaccinated-mask or face covering (no face shields.)
Valid 2021 Calendar Year Membership Card (if registering as a member)

As we are largely outdoor, we encourage you to bring water with you. We are an 18th century farm; as such, the terrain can be uneven, so wear sturdy, closed-toe shoes. We also have all the usual smells of an 18th century farm, at least as far as animals go!