|Admiring the beautiful Christmas Tree!|
The Meeting House was our first stop! A Meeting House was used for Town Meetings and also for worship. It was our first stop! The fruit decoration above the doorway was beautiful and not often seen these days.
Once inside sitting down, we had the opportunity to listen to Folk Music from the 19th century!
|19th century Folk Music Performers|
|Needed tools the Blacksmith had crafted.|
He stopped his work to answer the numerous questions we all had.
|Pounding the red hot metal to a needed shape.|
Inside the Lawyer's Office we saw simple, yet elegant tree decorations. The trees were made of folded gold paper with a dowel in the center. I took note of this easy, beautiful decoration. Local area garden clubs create the floral arrangements. These arrangements are on view for all of us to get new decorating ideas. :)
|Visit to the Lawyer's Office|
Walking a little further down the path, we visited the Gilbert House. There was a candle in the window!
Once inside, we visited with a lady spinning yarn. The Kitchen was in the next room. Then, we enjoyed the Parlor.
There were so many beautiful decorations to admire while visiting Storrowton Village!
Once inside the Schoolhouse a gentleman described the education during this time period. In this Schoolhouse the blackboard was on 3 walls.
Our last stop on this wonderful journey back to the 19th century was to chat with a craftsman who made paint brushes.
|Craftsmen Making Paint Brushes!|
It's always fascinating to visit Storrowton Village! This week there are tours and special "Lantern Light Tours" of the Village taking place. This is an event we always put on our calendar! I know you have enjoyed this tour back to 19th century New England!