Tools, Techniques, and Tips of the Trade: Living History Sampler

Register for The New Jersey Living History Advisory Council’s free workshop on April 9th. Topics to include: Historical Clothing on a Budget, The Spring Pole Lathe, Harnessing a Horse, Interpretation with Re-enactors, Make and Take Marketing, Knitting, Theorem Painting, Disaster Management, Paper Marbling, Strategies for Grants, Visitor Demographics, Research can Expand Your Site, Seasonal Foods, Wood carving, and Howell Farm Public Programs: Beekeeping, Spring House Cleaning, Plowing the Garden. The workshop will take place at Howell Living History Farm located at 101 Hunter Rd. Titusville, NJ.

Additional Details:

Registration is required for this free program.

Please provide your name, organization and phone number, by email to Sarah Bent, [email protected] or call Sarah at Historic Walnford, 609 259-6275 to register.

*Don’t wait! Register now through April 1, 2016 to take advantage of a wealth of information!

Doors open 8:30 a.m., the workshop program continues to 3:30 p.m.

Please bring your own lunch, beverages and snacks will be provided.