Curtin Village
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Children's Day - Children 6 to 12 - August 5, 2017
                                          Special Event

Children ages 6 to12 are invited to Children’s Day at Curtin Village on Saturday, August 5, 2017 for fun activities and games from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Entry is free. There will be plenty of fun-filled outdoor activities for the children and everyone 12 years  and under will receive a token for a free ice cream cone.  Food for sale.
  Guided tours of the Curtin historical mansion and furnace will also be given. Location is 251 Curtin Village Rd., Howard, PA.  Please join in the fun! See details below:

Event:           Children's Day at Curtin Village

When:          Saturday, August 5, 2017 - 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

                          Where:            Eagle Ironworks at Curtin Village historical
                         site, 251 Curtin Village Road, Howard, PA
                         (along Rt. 150 between Howard and Milesburg,
                         PA) or take I-80  to Milesburg Exit 158, turn
                         left, in 2.5 miles turn right at Curtin sign,
                         parking lot is on the left before the railroad

:         The Roland Curtin Foundation                                        

Entry is free. 

                           Guided tours of the Iron Master’s Mansion and Eagle Ironworks’ Furnace are:
                        $5.00/age 13 yrs. and up; $2.00/ages 6 to 12 yrs. and under 6 years are free.
                        Tour includes the personal carriage used by Governor Andrew G. Curtin.

Amenities:      Food and beverages will be available.

Activities:        Train Rides
                          Lawn Games
                          Sling Shots
                          Make a Hankie Doll
                          Make a Handmade Toy
                          Make a tin picture frame with the Tinsmith        
                          Dress up and get your photo taken at Adam Swartz Puppets' Colonial                         
                          Storytelling in the Log Cabin in the Worker's Village
                          And much more...             

Visitors can also take a guided tour of the 1830 Roland Curtin Mansion and the waterwheel powered Eagle Ironworks furnace, which displays the carriage owned by Pennsylvania’s Civil War Governor Andrew Curtin. as well as antique farm machinery. The fee is only $5 for 13 yrs. and up, $2 for 6 to 12 yrs. and under 6 free.


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