Sale on June 11 and 12, 10am-5pm.
Hale Farm & Village invites guests to enjoy the sights and sounds of spring as they explore the seasonal work of a 19th century farm through hands-on activities and immersive experiences! Community partners will highlight both the historic and modern-day benefits of the Cuyahoga Valley’s natural resources, and the importance of supporting native plants, pollinators, and wildlife. “This event allows guests to experience incredible biology and natural resources of our farm and the Cuyahoga Valley through immersive, interactive programming.” -Travis Henline, Hale Farm & Village Director.
Bring a piece of Hale home by visiting the Citizens of Hale annual plant sale, occurring both Saturday and Sunday, featuring a variety of plants grown onsite. Proceeds from the sale support the maintenance and historic interpretation of the Hale Farm & Village gardens. Program partners include: Akron Public Library, Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District, Trail
Light Farms, Great Lakes Brewing Company, University of Akron Field Station, Urban Honey Bee, Have a Hive, Citizens of Hale and Bath Gamma Garden Club.
Regular museum hours are Wednesday through Sunday, from 10:00am-4:00pm. Tickets may be purchased onsite at the Visitor’s Center. Admission is $15 for adults (13 and up), $8 for children (3-12) and free for active military and WRHS members.
For the most up-to-date information and event announcements, visit HaleFarm.org and follow Hale Farm & Village on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Hale Farm & Village is a property of the Western Reserve Historical Society. For GPS directions use 2686 Oak Hill Rd. Peninsula, Ohio.
Founded in 1867, Western Reserve Historical Society (WRHS) is Northeast Ohio’s premier storyteller based on its vast collection of the tangible history of Northeast Ohio. It is one of the oldest and largest nonprofit regional historical societies in the nation. It presents the lives and activities of 19th-Century settlers through historic Hale Farm & Village in Bath, Ohio. WRHS offers a wealth of resources to research your family heritage at the Cleveland History Center in University Circle, Cleveland.
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Photos courtesy of Nancy Balluck.