Community Events


Animals in Winter Presented by Potter Park Zoo

Try something a little different during Winter break! Join us in the Community Room and meet some of the residents of the Potter Park Zoo and how they prepare for Winter. Take time to visit the Andrews Gallery of Wildlife Art while you’re here. Seating is limited, reservations recommended. To reserve a spot, please purchase tickets below. Admission is $1,...

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Lights on the Lane

Don’t miss the exciting opportunity to see Farm Lane decorated with lights and holiday displays. Get into the holiday spirit as you take an audio tour of our historic buildings. Popcorn & hot chocolate will be available. This event will be outside on farm lane, so please dress accordingly.

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Sugaring & Shearing

Welcome Spring at the Ella Sharp Museum’s annual Sugaring & Shearing festival, held the last weekend in March. Farm lane will be bustling with activities like sheep herding, sheep shearing, and traditional craftsmanship. Stop by the sugar bush for live sap-to-syrup demonstrations. All six galleries will be open with free admission, and all historical buildings will be open to...

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Fall Harvest

Takes place on Sunday, October 1st, from noon-4 p.m. and celebrates harvest time with cider and donuts, period food demonstrations in Ella’s Farmhouse kitchen, pumpkin decorating, an antique tractor parade, farmers market, new exhibitions, art activities for children, and more.

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Art, Beer, and Wine Festival presented by County National Bank

Kyle Liechty is directing this event for the fifth time and is pleased for the continued expansion and support shown by the community over the past couple years.  “It has been exciting to see the insane growth in this event, as vendors have been responding all year to secure their spot at the 2016 event.  What we try to...

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