Norland's Living History Center
Come and enjoy a homemade breakfast and stories from way back when....
Since 1973, Norlands renowned living history programs have given insight into life on a Livermore farm one hundred and fifty years ago.Interactive programs help students of all ages identify with the past and develop a greater appreciation of the present.
At the Chamber Breakfast at Norlands in December, see progress on the new barn, hear an update of current programs, and meet "Clara Howard," portrayed by Willi Irish, Norlands' Director of Interpretation. Aunt Clara will lead an interactive discovery activity on some "History Mystery Artifacts." Take part in the fun to better understand the frugal lifestyle of life on a Maine farm in the 19th century.
Breakfast will be served in the farmer's cottage. Park by the church and walk up to the mansion. Enter the door on the right, nearest the barn.
$12 breakfast - proceeds for this breakfast benefit Norland's
Subject to change.
If you plan to attend, please RSVP online or you may contact the Chamber Office by Tuesday November 29th, JLLF@jay-livermore-lf.org or call 500-2464.
You may use this link to register: