Spring comes to the Wade House








The Wade House Historic Site in Greenbush got ready for their summer season over the weekend with a celebration of spring. Visitors had a chance to pitch in with some of the spring chores. That included restuffing straw mattresses (top), hanging out quilts to air (above) and planting seeds for the garden (top left). There was also time, however, for the usual demonstrations (middle left) at the site, to view some of the animals (bottom left) or to partake in some period games and activities (below and cover). 
Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner The Wade House Historic Site in Greenbush got ready for their summer season over the weekend with a celebration of spring. Visitors had a chance to pitch in with some of the spring chores. That included restuffing straw mattresses (top), hanging out quilts to air (above) and planting seeds for the garden (top left). There was also time, however, for the usual demonstrations (middle left) at the site, to view some of the animals (bottom left) or to partake in some period games and activities (below and cover). Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner

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