Explore the complex and intricate food system that brings what we eat from farm to fork. This exhibit will be on display through January 4, 2020.
Reshaping our food system to produce healthy food to feed more people, more sustainably, will be an immense, global project in the coming years — a project in which we will all take part through our daily choices about what to eat. Featuring beautiful large-format infographic panels, this exhibition explores astonishing statistics and innovative ideas
Presentation by Patrick Donmoyer, Director of the Pennsylvania German Cultural Heritage Center, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania. Learn about the history, mythology and cultural significance of the traditional barn stars from the author of Hex Signs: Myth and Meaning in Pennsylvania Dutch Barn Stars.
Traditional Foods Potluck to celebrate the exhibit Food: Our Global Kitchen. In partnership with Indian Valley Public Library. Bring a dish from ethnic cookbooks featured at the library. The dish/recipe is your admission to the event.
Preregistration required – seating is limited to 50 people.
This popular autumn festival has been enjoyed by the local community for over 40 years. The Frolic is an opportunity to learn how Mennonites and their neighbors lived 100 or more years ago, and it’s great fun for young and old alike. It also raises important funds to support the mission of the Mennonite Heritage Center.
$9.00 – Adults/Youth
$2.00 – Children age 6-12
Children under 6 free
Please no pets
The Frolic is a rain or shine event! There is plenty to do undercover
Join us in the Nyce Barn for a special fall program.
Harvest Home is traditionally a celebration of thanksgiving for the completion of the growing season and the harvest that sustains us. Nathan Stucky, Director of the Farminary Project at Princeton Theological Seminary will speak on the intersection of faith and agriculture. Program includes singing harvest hymns such as “Come, ye thankful people, come, raise the song of Harvest Home”.