Miss Tanya was honored to be asked to take her portion of our field trip program on the road last week. She visited with a Homeschool group at Watkinsville First United Methodist Church, who have been studying the “American Girl” book series. I’m not sure who had more fun, Miss Tanya or the girls! (One student even came dressed in period clothing.)
The William Harris Homestead welcomes new “Resident Blacksmith”, Doc Watson. He will be holding open demonstrations throughout the year, and become a new addition to our field trip program in 2017. The Homestead will be one of several sites locally where on-going apprenticeship training will be performed.
Welcome to the family, Doc!
The William Harris Homestead has joined with Buckles Hardware in Monroe for their “Christmas in the Piedmont Gift Market”. We even have a booth inside where you can purchase WHH products, just in time for the Holidays!
Stop by and visit them today!
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