Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Heritage Days

Here's what the Sherwood Historical Society is doing for the Month of May for Heritage Days:

Smock House is soon to receive front and back porches!

Saturdays, May 6th- May 27 Heritage Farms and Gardens Show. There will be an exhibit of herbs and plants each week on the Smock House grounds, in conjunction with the Saturday Farmers Market. Smock House is not open to the public just yet, but exhibits are going on in Morback House.

Sat. May 13 Opening of the "Rephotography Project" by Sherwood High School Photography II Class. Over a dozen exhisting buildings in Sherwood are featured.

Tuesday May 23 Sherwood Chamber of Commerce Mixer.

Heritage Days is a concept promoted by the Oregon Heritage Commission

5 comments:

Kitty Meinecke said...

So, what are some of the Heritage Farms in the Sherwood Area? Can you make a list? Are you going to have a tour of them?

Lilly Morgen said...

Preservation of Heritage Structures
includes restoration, documentation, and Living History re-enactments. One must work on all fronts to really make a difference.

Lilly Morgen said...

Some of the Heritage Farms which are recognized by the state of Oregon as "Century Farms" I know of are:
The Voss Family 1852
The Schmeltzer Family 1877

Lilly Morgen said...

More Heritage Farms:
Schlichting Farm 1878

Lilly Morgen said...

Work is being done on the landscaping at the Smock House! The grounds have been rototilled!

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