Join the “Miller family” and their neighbors as they gather at Mansfield to give thanks for a good harvest. On Sunday, November 20 from 1:30 until 4:30 PM, members of the Oliver Miller Homestead will prepare a traditional dinner at the open hearth and bake oven. 18th century type foods will also be on display in the keeping room.
When the bells rings, gather at the log house for an explanation of how the Millers might have celebrated the harvest with a time of thanksgiving. A brief portion of an actual sermon given by the Rev. John Macmillan in 1780 will be shared with our guests.
Admission is $2 per person. This is the perfect way to get you and your family in the holiday spirit.
Last admission is 4:00 PM.
To view a short video on this event, please click: Giving Thanks on the Frontier .