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Stony Brook Grist Mill-MA
Enjoy a piece of fresh baked cornbread topped with raspberry butter – delicious! Then buy some cornmeal so that you can bake more when you get home. This will be the last day of our summer mill and museum schedule.
Celebrate the harvest season with us at our annual fundraiser dinner.
Join us for a day of archaeology fun and discover the rich archaeological heritage that lies beneath our feet! This annual event is held in partnership with the Delaware County Planning Department.
Celebrate the ingenuity of the past with antique engines, farm machines, cars, trucks and tractors. See wood-fired steam boiler and steam engine demonstrations in the sawmill, gristmill and woodworking shop. Music, BBQ, kids‘ activities.
One of the most popular events we hold each year! Enjoy Historic Demonstrators, Mill Tours, delicious food, classic cars and a facinating Timeline of soldiers defending America.
Operated by the Delaware River Mill Society
Join Canal Society of NJ President, Joseph Macasek to learn more about The Morris Canal at Prallsville Mills.
Richfield Nature/Historical Park-WI
20th Annual Thresheree & Harvest Festival
Sat and Sun 9 am - 5 pm.
Adults $6, 12 & under Free
This family-oriented event includes corn-grinding demonstrations and costumed tours of Yates Mill and other event activities including a fun children’s scavenger hunt activity, live music and dance, storytellers, community displays, and more.
The Murray’s Mill Harvest Folk Festival celebrates Catawba County’s agricultural heritage with an array of exhibits, craftsmen, and activities, including petting zoos, antique cars, tractors and farm machinery, and traditional food preparations such
Oktoberfest at The Mill has become such a popular event because unlike many Oktoberfest’s that only offer a limited selection of beer, this event features over 75 different kinds of beer. Patrons love being able to sample any variety offered.
Enjoy the best that Autumn has to offer, including horse and wagon rides and other traditional fall activities.
Scotts Mill County Park-MI
A guided tour of Scotts Mill is scheduled for the morning, with lunch to follow at a nearby restauranbt. Our meeting will coincide with a local antique power equipment festival.
The 18th century comes alive during this annual event, with the sights, sounds, and smells of colonial America. The Fall Harvest Festival is a full day of fun for all ages. $5.00 parking fee Admission is Free.
Oct 13-14 Operational as a grain processing mill since 1849, Historic Bears Mill is one of Darke County, Ohio‘s landmarks open to the public.
Featuring lumberjack demonstrations, woodworking demonstrations, exhibits by forestry organizations, food, music, kids’ activities, local vendors, and demonstrations in the water-powered sawmill, gristmill and woodworking shop.
2018 SPOOM Annual Conference
2018 SPOOM Annual Conference
Oct 20-21 Free admission. Free parking right at Kenyon‘s Grist Mill. Enjoy free tours of the mill with Johnny Cake demonstrations. Sample free Johnny Cakes and local coffee. Larger orders of Johnny Cakes will be available for purchase.
Old Mill Days – October 20 & 21
Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania
Historic Springfield Mills at Morris Arboretum is restored and stone-grinding corn for meal and flour. Come and explore revolutionary technology, local history and a beautiful setting along the Wissahickon Creek. Guided tours.
Rochester Hills Museum--MI
Tour of the Clinton and Kalamazoo Canal, which served as a millrace from ca. 1840-ca.1950. Fee: $12 Museum members $18, includes lunch & carpooling
Cedar Creek Grist Mill-WA
The Apple Cider Pressing is the last Saturday of October when they will begin distributing cider at 9 AM and continue until they finish all 8,000 pounds!
Saturday, November 10.
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