Cobblestone Farm is having a Fall Harvest!
Sunday, October 12 at 12 (noon) to 4pm -- Located at 2781 Packard Road, Ann Arbor
Admission is $1.50 for kids, $7 for the family (Cobblestone Farm Members free – memberships available at event)
Hosted by Ann Arbor Department of Parks & Recreation and the Cobblestone Farm Association
Celebrate autumn with the 1850’s living history program! Experience the delicious aroma of cooking on the wood stove, a costume parade with prizes, or try your hand at pumpkin decorating. You can take pictures with the Headless Horseman or visit the animals in the barnyard. Play 19th century lawn games for children, take a tour of the farmhouse, or have cider and doughnuts! Want to learn more about the Headless Horseman? Check out The Legend of Sleepy Hollow or The Headless Horseman & Other Goulish Tales!
Cobblestone Farm is an 1844 farmhouse originally used as a double-family home. The farm is being restored to reflect its mid-19th century past and rural lifestyle in Washtenaw County. Try some 19th century activities at home with Pioneer Days: Discover the Past with Fun Projects, Games, Activities, & Recipes!