Saturday, May 17 2014 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Heritage Farm will host “Spring on the Farm” , a celebration of life in the home and preparation for spring planting. The Event will be held at the Heritage Farm on Hwy 42 on Saturday –May 17th from 8:30am-to 3:30pm. It will be a day for learning and enjoying the past for the entire family. Admission is Free for everyone.
The day will begin with a Bake Sale featuring our famous Kolaches, along with other popular baked goodies. The Maple Nut Twist, Filled Coffeecakes, Kringles and Cinnamon Rolls. These are all reminders of our mothers or Grandmothers baking on Saturday mornings. The smells from the kitchen was sufficient to have you come running down the stairs.
A Pancake Breakfast will be served beginning at 8:30am –all the pancakes you can eat. For lunch you can enjoy soup,’hamburgers, hot dogs, fantastic desserts, cupcakes , milk and coffee.
The pavilion will be filled with vendors and children’s activities , and a wonderful story time at 1:00 by Ray Selner the author of “ The Czechs of Stangelville” and “The Czech Catholic Parishes in Northeastern Wisconsin” . He will also relate living on a farm as a child. Other story tellers will be students that attended the Wayside School that was closed in 1966. The Wayside School is in our village at the present time.
The Blacksmith Shop, house and barns will open weather permitting. The Blacksmiths also take orders for custom items. Some of their items may be purchased in the pavilion.
Pres. Jim Rabas and the Board of Directors would like to invite everyone to come and enjoy a day with us at the Heritage Farm. We are a Non Profit 501 c3 totally managed by our Board with the assistance of Volunteers.