The Richfield Historical Society invites you to enjoy wholesome fun for the whole family with a trip down memory lane for the 20th Annual Thresheree and Harvest Festival, Saturday, September 15th.
In addition to the antique tractors and cars and demonstrations of pioneer skills, there will be a wealth of activities to fill the day. Sing along with the live music or the WTKM live broadcast, and bring kids for the fun activities such as designing a scarecrow, building a small log cabin, or meeting Richie the Raccoon. Take a free wagon ride in the beautiful park. Food available includes pastries, coffee, milk and juice until 10:30, lunch served starting at 10:30, kettle corn, ice cream sundaes, and maple cotton candy. Tour the numerous historic buildings. Event proceeds benefit restoration of the grist mill on the property.
Meet Saturday the 15th at the Friess Lake School parking lot at the corner of Hwy. 164 and Holy Hill Road (Hwy 167) at 9:15 a.m. We will depart at 9:30. Events go on throughout the day; leave at your discretion.