- Saturday, September 16, 2017
- 10:00 am—4:00 pm
- 1420 Cape St. Claire Road
Bring out the family and a blanket!
“Sometimes the most ordinary things turn out to be the most extraordinary things… So it is with the Goshen FarmHouse front porch. When General George Washington resigned his commission as Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army on December 23, 1783 in Annapolis—then capital of the United States of America—that front porch was a new porch and the Goshen FarmHouse was the latest edition to an already old farm called Leonard’s Neck that stretched to the Cape St. Claire Main Beach.”
Events, Education, & Fun!
- CCA Oyster Reef Balls Building Demonstration. See how they restore oyster reefs & fish habitat for the Chesapeake Bay. Presented by the Coastal Conservation Association, MD.
- Raptor’s Eye Birds of Prey. Owls, Hawks, Falcons and More! Learn about these birds, their life styles, and their value in our environment. 11am-3pm
- Fresh, Shucked Oysters!
- Docent Farm Tours of Slave Garden,
- Family Sharing Garden, Bee Hives, Servants Quarters, Hoop House, Historic Stone Quarry.
- Live Acoustic Music – Dirk & Stef Schwenk & the Truth Band. 11am-1pm
- Tours of the Original 1783 Farm House including the 1853 Slave Quarters Mystery
- Burgers and Hot Dogs and soda available