Made by Hand: Life in Early America – a Touch, Feel, and Learn About display of early tools used by Waterford’s early residents, for children of all ages. Know what a burl mallet was used for? What about a [...]
Visit re-enactor encampments at the Waterford Fair. (Sat/Sun) Encampments 8th Virginia Infantry C-7 on map U.S Colored Troops D-3 on map FREED (Sat only) D-3 on map Strolling Patriot Daughters of Lancaster Sunday Service 8th Virginia Infantry 10:00am C-7 [...]
Hear Dr. Beech's Presentation entitled: US Colored Troops “Earning The Right To Citizenship.” Originally from North Carolina, Dr. Malcolm E. Beech, Sr., DBA attended undergraduate school at Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA. Upon graduation he accepted a marketing management position [...]
All day Saturday, meet members of Female RE-Enactors of Distinction (FREED) and the African American Civil War Museum, who bring to life at the Second Street School such real historical figures as … Hattie, a pre-Civil War enslaved woman who [...]
Join artist Allison Smith for a personal inter-generational reflection on the Waterford Fair. Smith will share her memories of attending the Fair as a kid and share insights and favorites from this year’s Fair through a critical and loving lens. [...]
Get yours while they last — only 100 made! This beautiful ornament, designed and made by Waterford Landmark Artisan, Anne Piazza, is available for purchase at the Old Mill Shop and the Waterford Craft School tent (C-6).
Enjoy the parade from the Old Mill to the Second Street School — along Main and Second Streets! Those in 1700-1800’s costume are welcome to join the fun and walk in the parade (meet just beyond the Mill at 10:45 [...]
This beautiful Waterford scene, painted and donated by Antonia Walker, longtime Waterford resident, will be presented for silent auction at Art in the Meadow, Schooley Mill Barn. The auction ends at 5pm, Sunday, October 6, 2019. No need to be [...]