TOURS: 19th Century Jefferson Depot Village
"Living History Museum"
Open June - October 15 $7.00 Donation
1890 becomes "ALIVE" as you enter the gates into the historic 19th Century Jefferson Depot Village
at 147 East Jefferson Street, Jefferson, Ohio. Come spend a day in the 1890's. Walk in your ancestors footsteps!
Costumed tour guides invite you to peek into the past as you stroll thru the 1872 Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railroad Station with its exclusive "ladies waiting room", wall -hung flushtanks, and original pot-belly stoves.
The quaint 1848 "Church in the Wildwood", originally the first Methodist Episcopal meeting house, beckons you to come in and hear the old-fashioned "pump" organ. The 1849 Church Barn next door was built for the circuit-rider minister.
Enter the 1838 Spafford One-Room Schoolhouse, with its separate doors for boys and girls. Hohn's General Store is filled with original fixtures and merchandise. The 1860 Pharmacy contains the Jackson Drug Store collection, herbal remedies, and a medicinal herb garden behind.
The 1888 Victorian House, former Methodist Parsonage, and the 1845 Sheffield Post Office are a little upset about the J. Warner Tavern, circa 1816, that re-opened next door. The Benetka Blacksmith Shop is now open, the 1918 PRR Tuscan Red Caboose exterior is completely restored.
See restoration in progress on the Girl's and Boy's Outhouses, the 1879 Carriage House, and the 1860 Library/Welcome Center.
Free parking next door at the Methodist Church..
Groups, Weddings, Reunions any day by reservation 614-507-5246, 440-812-1100 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Reserve Early: Wedding Chapel - the quaint 1848 "Church in the Wildwood". Visit by appointment. 1872 Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railroad Station - for receptions, meetings, reunions, parties.
All Events & Programs are Free for Members:
Monthly meetings, 7:00 pm, and educational programs, 8:00 pm, start in May, the first Monday of each month thru December.
1890 School Field Trips by appointment. Live in the 1890's, attend school in the 1838 Spafford One-Room Schoolhouse,
recess, scavenger hunt assignment while touring thru the historic 19th century buildings in Jefferson Depot Village with
interpreters in period attire. Storyteller relates early history of Jefferson. Schedule your visit by calling 440-812-0213 or e-mail: email@example.com
. Brown bag lunch space available by Red Caboose or on Village Bandstand.
30th Annual Strawberry Festival -- Craft Bazaar
CRAFT SHOW - Sat. JUNE 17, 2017 11 - 5pm Sun. JUNE 18, 2017 12 - 5pm
Chug on over to the Depot, Set up and Sell your hand-crafted
treasures amidst historic 19th century buildings.
Strawberry Shortcake – Rootbeer Floats, 19th Century Building Tours
Quilt & Doll Show – in the 1848 “Church in the Wildwood”
Bandstand Entertainment Sat. 1pm, Live Music Sun. 1pm - Kid’s Corner Games- Food Antique & Classic Car Show – Sunday, 1 - 4pm 50/50 Raffle
______________________________________________________________________________________________ STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL - CRAFT BAZAAR Application: Outside 12 x12 Space - $40.00 for 2 days, JUNE 17-18, 2017
Tables Not Provided: Electricity Extra * Set Up Saturday 8-11am at 147 East Jefferson St. Street,
Address: __________________ City: ___________ St. __ Zip:________
E-mail: ____________________ Info: 614-507-5246, firstname.lastname@example.org or 440-812-1100
Describe what you will Display: ______________________________________________________________
Mail Application and Check to: Jefferson Depot, Inc.
P.O. Box 22
Jefferson, OH 44047
13th Annual "Early America LIVE" July 8-9, 2017
1890 becomes "ALIVE" as you enter the gates into the historic 19th Century Jefferson Depot Village at
147 East Jefferson Street, Jefferson, Ohio. (Ashtabula County) Walk in your Ancestors Footsteps Saturday,
July 8th, 10am - 5pm, & Sunday, July 9th, Noon-5pm.
Costumed kinfolk recreate the "period" as you peek into the past in the school, tavern, general store, pharmacy,
Victorian house, post office, railroad station, church, blacksmith shop, carriage house and on the grounds.
Original Antique Collectibles in all the restored buildings. The Pastor arrives on horseback Saturday, 11:00 am.
1890 School classes, recess, scavenger hunt. Pump-organ concert, storytelling, pie-eating contests, herb garden
tours, ice cream social. Dulcimer Concert by Bob Condon Saturday 1:00 PM, Jam Session following (players free) "Dixieland Band" Sunday 2:00-4:00 PM in the "1865 Lenox Cornet Bandwagon and Village Bandstand.
Early skills demonstrated - Blacksmithing, Candle-making, Dying & Spinning wool, Alpaca, Pottery, Art, Basketry,
Tussie-Mussies, Metal artistry, Make 'n Take Crafts, Hat Show, Pie-eating contests, games, an 1890 Food Menu.
FUN FOR ALL
Adults: $7.00 donation requested. Under 6 free. Free Parking on E. Walnut St.
E-mail: email@example.com Cell Phone: 614-507-5246, 440-576-0496, 440-812-1100.
Annual YARD SALE - The 3rd Friday and Saturday in August. Friday and Saturday - 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. All proceeds benefit restoration. Take an
opportunity to browse or sell your wares. For more information, please call 440-576-0496
Mock Wedding and Reception - lst Saturday in September; 10:00 a.m.
19th Century Harvest Ball - 1st Saturday in October, 8:00 - 10:00 p.m.
Music, Dancing, Light Refreshments, Dance Instructions for Victorian Era
Ladies wear Ball Gowns - Men wear Vests, Sunday Best or Formal Attire
Jefferson Depot Village Williamsburg Christmas 1st Saturday in December
Romp on down to the fragrantly decorated 19th Century Jefferson Depot Village each year for a FREE
“ Old-fashioned Williamsburg Christmas Celebration”. Festivities begin at 3:00 p.m. amidst twinkling
candle lights and Williamsburg finery. Bring the family and enjoy sleighbell wagon rides, ice sculpture,
early games, make an ornament for the community Christmas tree, sing carols around the old piano and
the potbelly stoves, listen to Christmas stories and break the candy-filled pinyata! ((Children must be
accompanied by an adult)
You'll think you're in Colonial Williamsburg as you start the "Candlelight Walk thru the Historic
Depot Village" from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. Visit the 1872 L.S.&M.S. Railroad Station, enter the gingerbread
house contest, listen to "Carols & Scripture" in the 1848 Church in the Wildwood, presented by the
Geneva United Church Choir, see the live nativity in the 1849 Church Barn. Warm your heart with woissol
and cookies when the butler ushers you in the 1888 Victorian House. It's free and you're invited,
compliments of Jefferson Depot members. ( Donations appreciated for restoration of the 1860 Library/Welcome Center.)
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