There is so much to see and do in the Village and so many people to talk with! The cider maker is pressing apples while the miller grinds grains into flour at the water-powered grist mill. The blacksmith is hammering hot iron into horseshoes and fireplace tools. Each village has an important role-from barber to broom maker, doctor to seamstress, homemaker to cleric. And each helps keep this 19th century village running smoothly.
Would you like to lend a hand? Every week you can take part in projects that reflect 19th century history. Be sure to catch the 20-minute performance presented several times each day at the Colwell Opera House, too. Admission to the performance is included with your ticket to the Village.
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