The Curran Homestead Living History Farm and Museum is a Community Education Project and a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation located in Orrington, Maine. It includes a 19th-century farmstead with vegetable gardens, a functioning blacksmith shop, a growing collection of domestic and agricultural material culture, seasonal events, an oral history archive, and over 30 acres of fields and woodlands to explore. We are situated opposite a large fresh-water pond with accessibility to additional wooded trails. We offer the experience of early-20th-century life on a family farm in rural eastern Maine.
Our next event:
Saturday, March 21, 2015, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.:
Sugar from the Forest: Our 19th annual Maple Syrup Festival and Irish Celebration
We’ll be turning sap into maple syrup on the woodstove, and there will be Irish music and food in celebration of the Curran family’s Hibernian ancestry.
The Curran Homestead is a non-profit educational center that preserves and perpetuates the culture, values and lifestyle of the family farm in rural eastern Maine and relies upon membership, donations, and our local community for support. Your participation helps ensure our ability to stage this and similar programs throughout the year.
Join us for family fun!
Would your group like to participate in a similar program? Please see our "Group Visits" page to find out how!