Showing posts with label Furnace Town. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Furnace Town. Show all posts

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Wine Through Time At Furnace Town


For reservations please call 410-632-2032. If  no one is in the office please leave  a message and someone  will return your call as soon as possible. Thank you!

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Saturday, June 18, 2011

Pig Roast and Karaoke Tonight At Furnace Town

PIG PICKIN’ PARTY SATURDAY NIGHT
AT FURNACE TOWN

WHEN: Saturday, June 18, 2011

TIME: Pig Roast starting at 6:00 p.m.

Music/karaoke 8:00 p.m. – 12 midnight

COST: $20.00/person includes dinner and admission
$6.00/children ages 2 – 13
$5.00/admission without dinner

WHERE: Furnace Town Living Heritage Museum

Located on Old Furnace Road, off Route 12, five miles north of Snow Hill, Maryland
Music provided by
"BIG AL"
Beer available
Please call 410-632-2032 for more info


Saturday, May 28, 2011

Strawberry Festival At Furnace Town



ANNUAL
 STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL
SUNDAY, MAY 29, 2011
12PM TO 4PM
TO BE HELD AT FURNACE TOWN LIVING HERITAGE MUSEUM 3816 OLD FURNACE RD, SNOW HILL, MD

FEATURING: CHOCOLATE COVERED STRAWBERRIES, STRAWBERRY PIE, STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE, AND MUCH MORE! ARTISANS - FOOD - PIE CONTEST- MUSIC - BASKET RAFFLE  / FRESH PRODUCE

For more infomation about Furnace Town go to www.furnacetown.com

Friday, December 3, 2010

19th Century Christmas At Furnace Town

SNOW HILL -- Explore Furnace Town Living Heritage Museum on Dec. 4 and 5 from noon until 4 pm at the annual 19th Century Christmas Heritage Program.

Furnace Town will be decorated for the season with traditional greenery; visit artisans such as the woodworker, gardener, spinner, blacksmith, broommaker and weaver as they share their skills.

Find gifts at the museum store like table mats, shawls, ironworks and woodblock prints. Admission is $5 for adults, with discounts for seniors and children.

Contact Furnace Town at 410-632-2032.

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Learn How To Be A Ghost Hunter

SNOW HILL -- Have you ever seen ghost hunting shows on TV and wondered how it is done, or if it is even real? Now is your chance to find out. From 7-11 p.m. on the night of Oct. 30, come explore the grounds of Furnace Town Living Heritage Museum with the Peninsula Ghost Hunters Society. Participants are welcome to bring their own camera and encouraged to bring a flashlight.

The Ghost Hunters will explain the basics of what to look and listen for when trying to find evidence of the paranormal. Then, join them for a real investigation of the grounds of Furnace Town.

Space is limited and advance registration and payment is required. The cost of this program is $20, with the proceeds benefitting Furnace Town and the Peninsula Ghost Hunters. The program is intended for mature audiences; participants must be 18 years old or older. Please call 410-632-2032 to make reservations.

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Friday, September 24, 2010

Two Guided Nature Walks Planned At Furnace Town

SNOW HILL -- Guided heritage and nature walks will take place at Furnace Town Living Heritage Museum on Saturday, Sept. 25. The 2 p.m. walk will follow the Paul Leifer Nature Trail.

Beginning near the base of The Nassawango Iron Furnace, the trail leads though new-growth lowland forest; on boardwalks over the Nassawango Cypress Swamp; and along the towpath of the 19th century canal, now a fresh-water resource for wildlife. At 7 p.m. walkers will follow the same trail, but will focus on sounds of the night. Flashlights are recommended.

The walk is included in Furnace Town's daily site admission of $5 adults; $4.50 over 60, AAA or Military ID; $3 age 2-13; under 2, members of The Nature Conservancy and Furnace Town are free.

Walkers attending the 2 p.m. walk will receive free admission for the 7 p.m. walk. Call 410-632-2032 to register.

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