Here at the farm, we are not all work and not play. We like to dress in our Victorian period clothing and what better place to do it than at a museum. We visited The Clark House Museum as volunteers for their annual period clothing presentation and wanted to share the experience with you. This presentation contained special clothing exhibits and a presentation of dressing during the time as we dressed a live model.
Click images below for a larger view… video at the end…
Visit us each week on Thursday afternoons as Kathy continues to volunteer to be the herbal garden’s consultant on proper use of the herbs found here. It’s your chance to meet with a medical herbalist and ask questions. Of course she’ll be in costume. She loves to sew period clothing and what better opportunity to wear them.
If you haven’t seen The Clark House Museum, take a ride to Wolfeboro, NH to visit the grounds. They’ve added a barn since the photo on their site was taken along with new and improved gardens. It’s well worth the small admission fee they charge and the tour guide is quite an energetic fountain of information.
In the meantime, enjoy this video of the festivities that occured during the tour.