The Greenbrier Historical Society will host a Free Family Day on Saturday, July 25, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Staff and volunteers at the Greenbrier Historical Society are taking all precautions to make this a safe event for everyone. Everyone is required to wear masks.
Stations will be spaced out across the North House lawn with hand sanitizer and disinfectant available. Each station will allow only one family group at a time with cleaning in-between. This event will only be held if weather permits. Check their website or follow social media for event updates.
Families will enjoy a number of different activities and crafts including candle dipping, weaving, paper hat folding, a microscope exploration activity, a scavenger hunt, and tie-dye. If you would like to tie-dye, please bring something white. There are a few pre-packaged self-guided activities that you will be able to do if all stations are occupied. There is also a free pop-up farmers market from 12:30 to 2 p.m. for kids to pick out fresh local produce. The pop-up farmers market is sponsored by the Lewisburg Farmers Market, Courthouse Farmers Market, WVU Extension, and the Maxwelton, Lewisburg, and Rainelle Health Centers.
The mission of the Greenbrier Historical Society is to share the diverse history and culture of the Greenbrier Valley. For more information visit www.greenbrierhistorical.org or call 304-645-3398.