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  • machatej
    Saturday was moist but Sunday was soaked. Once the rain stopped we had decent crowds and still did our two scheduled drills and met nice people. John
    Message 1 of 2 , Nov 1, 2009
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      Saturday was moist but Sunday was soaked. Once the rain stopped we had decent crowds and still did our two scheduled drills and met nice people.

      John

      --- In Delval17thcentury@yahoogroups.com, "Janet Nickerson" <art-n-janet@...> wrote:
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      > Historic London Town and Gardens
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      > Market and Trades Weekend
      > Saturday, 31 October & Sunday, 1 November
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      > Live in the past â€" for at least a weekend! On Saturday and Sunday, October 31st and November 1st, colonial tradesmen and sutlers will sell their wares and demonstrate their crafts at Historic London Town and Gardens. Saturday’s offerings include a variety of workshops for young and old alike.
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      > Volunteers needed Sunday, 1 November for this exciting event! Volunteer opportunities include costumed and non-costumed assignments. If you are interested in assisting, please contact Rod Cofield at 410-222-1919 x206 or via email: rodcofield@...
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      > Additionally, there are still spaces left for the variety of workshops occurring on Saturday, 31 October (see below for descriptions). RSVP to Rod Cofield.
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      > Bread Baking Workshop: 8:30am - 12:30pm; $20 per person
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      > The Blue Hen Bakers return with their 1600-lb. bake oven! Join them for this morning workshop to learn more about their oven while baking bread to eat and take home.
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      > Make a Corn Husk Doll: 9:30 - 11:30am; $15 per participant
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      > Mitzi Poole will help children (and adults) create their own colonial-style corn husk doll to take home and show off.
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      > Family Cookie-Baking Activity: 2:00 - 4:30pm; $25 for one adult and one child, $12 for each additional person
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      > As the bake oven cools, join the Blue Hen Bakers for an exciting chance to create many colonial (and modern) types of cookies to eat and take home.
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      > Marking Sampler: 2:00 - 4:30pm; $15 per person (Ages 10+ for participants)
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      > Join Karen Olsen to learn how to make colonial-era samplers.
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