Sunday, July 15th from 4:00 to 6:00 pm
Victorian Tea: “Annie Oakley, Aim for a High Mark!”
Annie Oakley was probably the most famous woman of her day. She and professional partner Buffalo Bill Cody were the first international superstars. In addition to being an expert sharpshooter, Oakley was also a proponent of safe working conditions; fair and equal pay for days worked regardless of gender or heritage, and supported many young girls through school at her own expense. Her motto was to “Aim for a high mark…for practice will make you perfect,” and her hope was that all women would reach the “Bulls-eye of Success.” Join actress Kim Hanley as she brings Annie Oakley to life. Enjoy tea, sandwiches, scones and desserts, all served by period dressed servants on the Pennypacker mansion porch. Tea Registration form
All ages; fee: $40 per person, by pre-registration - call to check availability


Saturday, July 28th from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm
Fun in the 1900’s History Center!
Immerse the whole family in all the hands-on activities. Purchase food items for a recipe in the General Store, discover what life was like for breaker boys in the coal mines of Pennsylvania by sorting and sizing coal, and see an interactive exhibit on transportation of the time. The air conditioned mansion will be open for guided tours.
All ages; free; suggested donation $2 per person.

Saturday, August 4th from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm
In the Good Old Summertime
Take a step back to a simpler place in time and discover how Victorians spent the lazy days of summer. Families can enjoy trying on vintage clothing for a unique photo opportunity, enjoy playing lawn games such as croquet and bean bag toss, visit to the 1900’s History Center to shop in the General Store and tour through interactive exhibits, take a guided tour of the Pennypacker mansion (it’s air conditioned!), and stop by the vintage car show with the Delaware Valley Classic MG Car Club. Food vendor will be on-site.
All ages; free, suggested donation $2 per person.

Saturday, August 25th from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm
Fun in the 1900s History Center!
Immerse the whole family in all the hands-on activities. Purchase food items for a recipe in the General Store, discover what life was like for breaker boys in the coal mines of Pennsylvania by sorting and sizing coal, and see an interactive exhibit on transportation of the time. The air conditioned mansion will be open for guided tours.
All ages; free; suggested donation $2 per person.

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