CHESTER SPRINGS, PA – The Mill at Anselma is happy to announce its schedule and Milling Demonstration Days for 2013.
The Mill at Anselma (c. 1747) served its local agricultural community for nearly 300 years and is considered the most complete example of a Colonial-era custom grist mill in the United States. Now restored and recognized as a National Historic Landmark, The Mill allows visitors to experience Pennsylvania’s industrial and agricultural heritage through tours of the site and hands-on activities.
May 5 – Opening Day (open Saturday 10-am-4pm and Sundays 1-4pm through December 15)
May 11: Technology Tours with Miller Dave Rollenhagen
June 8: The Nature of Things
July 13: Old Fashioned Ice Cream Making
August 10: Blacksmithing
September 14: Technology Tours with Miller Dave Rollenhagen
October 12: Apple Cider Pressing
November 9: 300 Years of Baking
December 7: Holiday Festival includes Candlelight Tours
The Mill will open on May 4, 2013 for the 2013 season. Admission is $5 for adults, $4 for seniors (60+), and $3 for children 4-17. Children under 4 are admitted free of charge. The Mill at Anselma is located at 1730 Conestoga Road (Rt. 401), ½ mile west of Rt. 113 in Chester Springs, Pennsylvania. For more information, contact The Mill at Anselma at 610-827-1906, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.anselmamill.org.