On Friday, September 14th from 8 - 9 pm, gather around the bonfire with us, and be transported back in time through stories of local folklore and history by our gifted storytellers. Each community, each state, are threads in the fabric that make up the history and legacy of our great nation. Each Friday until October 26th, a different storyteller will illuminate a thread of our past around the bonfire, bringing the past to life with stories of folklore and history.
This first Friday, join soldiers and officers from the Civil War as they recount stories and legends of Delaware men and boys who went off to fight in America's Civil War.
Admission to this program is free. Historic-period libations (including some kid-friendly options) will be available for purchase. To RSVP your spot, call the office at 302-999-9001 or visit www.greenbankmill.com.
Greenbank Mills & Phillips Farm is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the Greenbank Mill National Historic District through educational programming and community partnerships. The organization maintains several historic buildings including a 19th century gristmill and textile mill and an 18th century farmhouse.
Kent County,New Castle County,Over the Line
Arden,Bridgeville,Camden,Chadds Ford,Claymont,Delaware City,Elsmere,Greenville-Centreville,Hockessin,Middletown,New Castle,Newark,Newport,North Wilmington,Smyrna,Wilmington,Kennett Square,Philadelphia
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