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Colonial Spring Frolic: celebrate spring the 18th century way

10 a.m.-4 p.m. April 6
Step back in time to the 1700s, in celebration of the arrival of spring the 18th century way, and the re-opening of the 1766 Old Stone House for the season.
Included in the festivities are tours of the only surviving colonial house in Rowan County, with guides in period costumes.
Historical interpreters will offer crafts, including dyeing Easter eggs with natural dyes, and guests may participate.
Play games, dance, taste some colonial recipes and see demonstrations of Colonial crafts and skills.
The Old Stone House is located one half mile off of Highway 52 in Granite Quarry at 770 Old Stone House Road. Parking is across the road from the house. Cost is $5 adult, $3 student. https://www.rowanmuseum.org

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