June 26, 2019

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Plow Day

Sunday, May 26
1PM-3PM
Leelanau County Poor Farm Barn, Myles Kimmerly Park
Other
Free

Groundbreaking Ceremony & Celebration of National Historic Preservation Month. Participate in the historical reenactment of draft horses plowing the second Buckets of Rain garden at the Poor Farm. There will be a harness demonstration narrated by Tom Cyr of Black Horse Farm. Susan Zenker of Fantail Farms, & Kathy Shutt of Big Butt Farms provide the teams of horses & do the plowing & disking of the 5,000 sq. foot garden. A horse-driven wagon ride will also take place. A release book signing of "Historic Leelanau" by Chris Byron & Tom Wilson included with a $20 donation. 231-334-4395.

May 26 - May 26

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