Archive for September, 2012

Annie Oakley and Fall Harvest Festival

It is only a couple weeks away! Fall Harvest Festival is almost here! Be sure and stop by to see on site demonstrations like hearth cooking, broom making and cider pressing. Kids will have a blast painting pumpkins and participating in daily donut eating contests and much much more. Best of all the whole family will enjoy watching Annie Oakley and Co. in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show! The festival is the weekend of September 22nd and 23rd for questions please call 513-563-9484!

Antiques Class for Beginners

Heritage Village Museum is excited to annouce that they will be offering an antiques class for beginners during the month of October! The classes will be on three Saturdays (13th, 20th, and 27th) from 10am to 12pm. The cost for members is $20.00 for one class and $50.00 for all three classes. For non-members the cost for one class is $25.00 and for all three $65.00. Class size is limited so you need to call soon to register. Students will gain a basic knowledge of antique furniture, ceramics, glassware and more. To register or for questions please call (513) 563-9484.

Fall Harvest Festival Reminder

This is a reminder about Heritage Village’s Fall Harvest Festival. The festival is an annual event for the Village and will be held on the weekend of September 22nd and 23rd. There is something here for the whole family from touring the historic buildings, to watching on site historic demonstrations, to having kids paint pumpkins and play old fashioned games. And everyone will will Annie Oakley and Co. performing in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West show twice a day during the festival. The cost of admission to the festival is $7.00 for adults and $4.00 for kids 5-11. Kids 4 and under and museum members are free. For more information please visit Heritage Village’s website: heritagevillagecincinnati.org.

Quilt Exhibit

Today, September 1st, Heritage Village Museum is introducing their new antique quilt exhibit! The exhibit will be on display in the Hayner House Ballroom throughout the fall and winter season. The quilts each have a panel informing visitors of its pattern and origins. The cost of admission is $2.00 for adults and $1.00 for children 5-11. Visitors can view the exhibit during Heritage Village Museum normal hours of operation (Wed.-Sat. 10-5 and Sun. 1-5).