Hops, Beer and Tavern Music

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Hops, Beer and Tavern Music
Saturday, August 21, 2021 11:00 AM
Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation, Gradyville, PA
  • All Ages
Admission Type Price Quantity

Member Adult (13+)

$0.00

Member Child (0-12 Years Old)

$0.00

Non-Member Adult (13+)

$10.00

Non Member Senior Citizen

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65 and older
$6.00

Non-Member Child (4-12)

$6.00

Non-Member Child under 4

$0.00
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  • Door Time: 11:00 AM
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On August 21st, enjoy a picnic at the farm and celebrate the Hop harvest by picking the hops from the vine and watching our colonial and 21st century brewers make beer. We will have our colonial musicians create the mood with some good old fashion tavern songs. Other activities at the farm include hearth cooking, textile and long rifle demonstrations,  as well as garden and animal talks.

During Your Visit
All visitors are required to wear a mask when social distancing is not possible, and at all times when interacting with our staff and volunteers and when inside of buildings. FACE SHIELDS ARE NOT AN ACCEPTABLE SUBSTITUTE FOR A CLOTH MASK THAT COVERS THE MOUTH AND NOSE.  Hand sanitizer stations will be available throughout the site, and handwashing is available in our restrooms. Only one household group is permitted at a time at any one activity/demonstration.  Demonstrations will be held outdoors or in open-air structures, with six-foot areas roped off around each demonstrating staff member.

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.
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!