Four speakers: Doug Oster Home and Garden editor for the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Karen Geiser from Lehman’s, Susan Parker, Penn State Master Gardener, and Dean Sylvester, OEV Historical Horticulturist.
Breakfast and lunch are provided. After-party with Doug Oster. See the registration form for more information.
Reservations required by March 31st. Call Sandy Carroll at (724) 266-4500, ext. 120.
New and Improved!
Children can hunt for Easter eggs, visit with the Easter Bunny, and enjoy a light snack in the Old Economy Village Feast Hall.
$5 per person if you register by March 31st. There will be admission at the gate the day of the event but it will be $7 person.
Limited to children ages 10 and under. Limit of twelve eggs per child. Egg hunting begins anytime between 1:30 and 3:00 (i.e. there is no set start time this year). Other activities end at 3:30.
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Reservations preferred. Reserve your spot by March 31, 2017.
Old Economy Village will be selling heirloom varieties of plants raised in its greenhouse as part of the 6th Annual Garden Mart. Other vendors will also be available to sell plants and garden-related items.
Enter through the gate closest to 13th Street on Church Street.
Concurrently, the Hands on History Days will be going on in the historic village from 10:00 until 2:00 for regular admission.
Enjoy a “good ole” American summer time celebration for the entire family. Antique cars and bicycles will be on display. Food, historic artisans, musical entertainment, and family style games and activities create a wonderful experience for the entire family.
Rain date is Sunday, June 25, 2017, 10 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Check back for more information.