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P.O. Box 564
Flourtown, PA 19031
October 19th BLOOMFIELD FARM DAY at the Morris Arboretum
For more information and a $5 OFF Coupon - see below.
November 7th HISTORY IN MOTION Event at the historic Phil-Mont Christian Academy
For TICKET Information, SPONSOR Forms, DONATION Forms and other info,
please see below.
Bloomfield Farm Day
at
Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania
100 E. Northwestern Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19118

Sunday, October 19th, 2014

From 12:00 to 3:00 pm


Springfield Mill at Bloomfield Farm
Springfield Mill at Bloomfield Farm by Sally Yates

Visitors are invited to celebrate farming life, past and present at Bloomfield Farm Day. Tour the Arboretum's oldest building, the recently renovated Springfield Mills which dates back to 1760.

Learn about time-honored farming professions by educational instructors Jim Bob, the Bee Keeper, Jack the Cooper, a traditional woodworker, and Quilter, Patti Stone. Explore goat farming and products made from goat milk with Shady Apple Goats who will be on site with two baby goats, Buckwheat and Clover. Weaver's Way will also be in attendance with live chickens to discuss backyard chicken keeping.

Enjoy blue grass music by a local band and look for Springfield Township Historical Society who will have games and crafts for the kids.

Take advantage of this rare opportunity to glimpse a different time with a short trip to Bloomfield Farm, located across the street from the Arboretum's main entrance on Northwestern Avenue.

Visitors will receive $5.00 off regular admission with STHS coupon!
Click here for this printable $5.00 Off Coupon.





Chaddsford Winery Logo
and
Springfield Township Historical Society

present

The Second Annual
History in Motion
WINE · FOOD · SILENT AUCTION · MUSIC · FILM

Friday, November 7th, 2014
6:30 pm to 10:00 pm

at historic

PHIL-MONT CHRISTIAN ACADEMY
35 Hillcrest Avenue
Erdenheim, PA 19038

STHS and Chaddsford Winery will present "History in Motion Film Event" at the Phil-Mont Christian Academy in Erdenheim, on Friday evening, November 7. Festivities will begin at 6:30 p.m. with a complimentary wine tasting by our signature sponsor Chaddsford Winery with light appetizers, live music, and a silent auction of items donated by local businesses and residents.

The reception will be followed by a screening of Stealing Home, starring Jodie Foster, Marc Harmon and Harold Ramis. Scenes from the film were shot in Springfield Township, Chestnut Hill and Roxborough.

Proceeds will benefit the Springfield Township Historical Society. Located at the Black Horse Inn, 1432 Bethlehem Pike in Flourtown, STHS has a collection that includes photographs of Springfield Township sites, a selection of Colonial era tax records, research on the history of various residences and institutions, and atlases and maps from the late 19th through the 20th century and more. The collection also contains a number of deeds and documents relating to Springfield Township properties, as well as an extensive holding of information, photographs and artifacts from the Stotesbury estate, Whitemarsh Hall.

We are also actively seeking sponsors and contributors! We need Silent Auction Items, Food Donations, and Corporate or Friend Sponsors. Please see below for SPONSOR and DONATION forms.

TICKETS to the event are $25 per person.
To purchase tickets ONLINE through Event Brite - Click here
($1 service charge per ticket will apply to Event Brite orders).
You may order tickets by MAIL by sending a check payable to the Springfield Township Historical Society to
STHS, P.O. Box 564, Flourtown, PA 19031.
Please include your name, address, phone number, email address (if available) and number of tickets wanted.

For History In Motion FLYERS in PDF format to PRINT or SHARE with your friends - Click here.

For SPONSORSHIP FORMS in PDF format - Click here.

For DONATION FORMS
for Silent Auction Items and Food Vendor donations in PDF format - Click here.

Other Major Sponsors






Note: For more information and updates about the BLACK HORSE INN
including a "virtual tour" - you can click here to visit the USHistory.org website.

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