When: Sunday February 28th, 2021
Where: Tomah Room of the Milton House
Cost: $25 / person
Spend a cozy day learning the history and practical application of crocheting.
During this one day event, former Milton House Museum intern, Jennifer Young, will be offering a short presentation on the history of crochet, including patterns and style development over time, using examples from the Milton House collection. She will then guide you on a tutorial of how to make your own crochet craft.
All levels of crafters are welcome, from novice to expert. Tickets are $25 / person and include the presentation, light refreshments, a set of crochet hooks, yarn and the pattern for a washcloth.
Don't wait to purchase your tickets, as we are limiting this event to 15 people, to maintain appropriate CDC recommended safety precautions.
**Since we will be purchasing craft supplies based on number of attendees, we are requesting full payment in order to reserve your spot.
Held the 1st Sunday of every March, the Pioneer Dinner celebrates the anniversary of Milton's founding with an informal lunch and historical program.
The Pioneer Dinner is CANCELLED for 2021 with the MHS membership meeting being held in a digital format.
Held the weekend before Memorial Day weekend, history literally comes to life during this unique community festival that is free to the public.
Will be held in a virtual / in person hybrid format in 2021
Held the 3rd Sunday of every August, an authentic arts and crafts marketplace is held on our campus. Its a Milton tradition dating back over 40 years that is free to the public.
Experience the museum after dark as your docent guides you by lantern light from the 1838 pioneer cabin, through the underground tunnel, to the original 1844 cellar.
Northleaf Winery offers a wine and chocolate pairing option as an add on to your tour experience.
Audiences should prepare to be transported in time during this production of Charles Dickens' timeless holiday classic. Guests will follow the theater troupe as they travel throughout the Milton House campus as the classic tale unfolds.