While farmers use horses to skid saw logs out of the woods and oxen to haul firewood to the sap house in preparation for maple sugaring season, visitors can cut and chop firewood, split locust logs into fence rails, and make real barn pegs for use in barn frames around the farm! At lunchtime visitors can enjoy fare suitable for lumberjacks, including pancakes made with the farm's whole wheat flour and drenched in homemade maple syrup.**Please note that fall 2020 Saturday programs will be modified to encourage social distancing and reflect current State guidelines for public events. Visitors are required to carry masks at all times, and wear them when social distancing isn't possible.
Location: Howell Living History Farm, 70 Woodens Lane, Hopewell
Address: 101 Hunter Road
Titusville, New Jersey 08560
Age: All ages
Registration: Not required
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