The Peter Burr House is hosting tours and activity "18th Century Fun and Games", Saturday, June 8, from 10 a.m.-12 p.m.
Take a free tour of the oldest wood frame house in West Virginia, built circa 1751. Enjoy refreshments while watching wildlife in the beautiful natural surroundings of the Peter Burr Farm. Additionally, the Bread Bakers of the Burr House will be baking a limited number of loaves in the outdoor bake oven to sell.
It was not all work and no play in 1751. Ever wonder what kind of toys and games were used in the 18th Century? Join us for a day of play at the Peter Burr House. A variety of games will be available, watch us demonstrate and join us in play. This fun and free for all ages.
These events are sponsored by Reliving History and the Jefferson County Historic Landmarks Commission.
For registration and any questions about event please contact Lorri Schwartz at firstname.lastname@example.org or 304-728-7151.
For directions visit www.relivinghistoryinc.org or visit us on Facebook at "The Peter Burr House,"