When: Sat., Feb. 2, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. 2019
Participants will be making a 17th century shoulder sack, which many soldiers and workers generally used to transport basic items. Materials will be provided and already made into kits. Twenty dollars for materials and admission. Attendees provide their own sewing supplies including wax, thread, pins, needles, and scissors. Registration required by Jan. 28 by calling 318-8732. Limited space available. Bring your own lunch. Children aged 10 and older may sign up with registered adult. The instructor is John Pagano, historical interpretation supervisor.
Price: $20 for materials and admission to the historic site.