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Happy Birthday to the Curran Homestead!!! Please check out our 25th Anniversary Challenge Gift http://curranhomestead.org/25th-anniversary-challenge-gif/
July has been an amazingly busy month at the Curran Homestead! Many thanks to all who came and enjoyed/supported our Bluegrass Music Festival, Gigantic Yard Sale, & Open Farm Day!!!
Upcoming Blacksmith Classes!!!
We currently have two beginner’s blacksmith classes scheduled for Fall. The first begins on Sept 6th, and the second begins on Nov 1st. Classes run for six weeks, and are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6-9pm, with open forge work days on Saturday Mornings from 10-noon. The cost of the course is $395.00. For more information, you can email us at Thecurranhomestead@gmail.com, or give Irv a call at 745-4426.
Preserving The Curran Homestead ensures for future generations the values and customs of rural America, representing a time when family, self-reliance, cooperation, and hard work were honored traditions. The Curran Homestead enriches the lives of our children, offers our community many opportunities for wholesome family fun, and serves as an excellent educational resource through hands-on activities and programs. As a cultural organization, our primary focus is the historical preservation of life on the Maine family farm at the turn of the 20th century.