Once content to call itself a "living museum", Miller-Cory has expanded to become a "museum without walls". It has successfully launched off-site programs, such as, the "SHOWCASE OF EARLY AMERICAN SKILLS" in which Miller-Cory volunteers travel to nearby schools and organizations to demonstrate a variety of authentic colonial crafts or a costumed docent portrays "Mrs. Sabra Miller" and describes her life in the 18th century.

"To Everything There Is A Season...." Before the Industrial Revolution, life was regulated by the rhythm of the seasons. Therefore, it is necessary not only to authentically furnish the Miller-Cory House Museum, but to demonstrate the crafts and tasks performed at each season of the year in early America. In October, the Museum hosts a FALL FESTIVAL featuring crafts and demonstrations and in the Spring features a "SHEEP-TO-SHAWL" Day. Sheep shearing, spinning and weaving are demonstrated during this popular family event.


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