One hundred forty artisans demonstrating techniques of heritage craftsmanship; one of a kind tour of preserved homes and buildings, Civil War and Quaker cemeteries; reenactment of a day in an 1880 classroom in a one-room schoolhouse. Three floors of juried handcrafts for sale in a restored brick mill; vintage barns showcase fine art and photography, crafts and music. The Country Store will offer homemade baked goods, candles, soaps, baskets, more; traditional music and dance, Colonial era militia encampments, marching fife and drum corps, Civil War re-enactors with skirmishes and lots of activities for children throughout the weekend. Tickets at the gate are $20 per person per day, children 12 and under admitted free. Advance tickets are $16 per person per day, $15 for active military.