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Sundays at Pennsbury Manor

Sundays at Pennsbury Manor

Pennsbury Manor

Sunday Afternoon Programming
 

September 12: Living History Theater
Phineas Pemberton’s Funeral  12:15, 1:45, 3:15  Phineas Pemberton died in 1702.  Upon learning of his death, William Penn lamented that the colony had lost “the ablest as well as one of the best men of the Province”.  Talk with family and friends…

September 19: Open Hearth Cooking Demonstration
1:00-4:00pm  Chat with our cooks as they prepare recipes (or receipts as they were called) from William Penn’s time. 

September 26: Beer Brewing and Garden Highlights
Brewing and gardening were critical to the lives of those living at Pennsbury Manor. Explore the recipes and plants that fed the early residents of Pennsylvania. 


October Events:
 

October 3: Historic Trades
1:00-4:00pm  Our historic trades demonstrators will be eager to talk as they showcase their skills! 

October 10: Living History Theater
Phineas Pemberton’s Funeral  12:15, 1:45, 3:15  Phineas Pemberton died in 1702.  Upon learning of his death, William Penn lamented that the colony had lost “the ablest as well as one of the best men of the Province”.  Talk with family and friends…

October 17: Open Hearth Cooking Demonstration
1:00-4:00pm  Chat with our cooks as they prepare recipes (or receipts as they were called) from William Penn’s time. 

October 24: Beer Brewing and Garden Highlights
Brewing and gardening were critical to the lives of those living at Pennsbury Manor. Explore the recipes and plants that fed the early residents of Pennsylvania. 

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