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291854467_5976006799080194_2108194193598467030_n.j On Tuesday, September 26 from 10 a.m. to noon, Heritage Farmstead Museum will host a special “Charlotte’s Web” themed homeschool event. The event will allow guests to tour the farm and enjoy a scavenger hunt, mule-driven wagon rides, crafts, story time, games of the past, a variety of special demonstrations, and hands-on activities like washing laundry, plowing, planting seeds and feeding chickens.

On Tuesday, September 26 from 10 a.m. to noon, Heritage Farmstead Museum will host a special “Charlotte’s Web” themed homeschool event. The event will allow guests to tour the farm and enjoy a scavenger hunt, mule-driven wagon rides, crafts, story time, games of the past, a variety of special demonstrations, and hands-on activities like washing laundry, plowing, planting seeds and feeding chickens.

"You are invited to join us for a day at the farm, in an atmosphere that encourages learning." said Heritage Farmstead Museum Executive Director M'Lou Hyttinen. “Pack a picnic lunch and get ready to take a step back in time with us, explore the farm and enjoy the many fun activities and presentations available at this event!”
The event will also feature demonstrations by the farmstead’s blacksmith and cooper, as well as the opportunity to visit Buttermilk, the farm’s interactive educational display milking cow.

Homeschool day on the farm will take place Tuesday, September 26 from 10 a.m. to noon. Picnicking guests may remain on the grounds until 1 p.m. Tickets are $12 per student and $5 per adult.

This event is also sponsored in part by the City of Plano. The Heritage Farmstead Museum is located at 1900 West 15th Street in Plano. Registration for this event is available at https://www.heritagefarmstead.org/event/homeschool-day-charlottes-web/ or by calling 972.881.0140.

About The Heritage Farmstead Museum:
The Heritage Farmstead Museum, a four-acre historic site consisting of a restored, 14-room 1891 Victorian farmhouse with its original outbuildings, interprets rural life on the North Texas prairie between 1890 and 1925. The museum provides tours, field trips and programs for 35,000 visitors each year. For more information, call 972.881.0140 or visit www.heritagefarmstead.org.

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