Pumpkins, apples, winter squash, honey and crafts! The Franklin Historical Museum is pleased to partner with Akin Bak Farm at this year’s annual Harvest Festival on Sunday October 5th. Akin Bak will set up a farm stand on the Museum’s front lawn and will sell their fresh local harvest to festival visitors.
“We’ll also have some greens and maybe some tomatoes”, said Seth Rousseau of Akin Bak.
|Akin Bak Farm on RT 140|
The display will also include the farm’s famous local honey. “Dad wants to sell his honey, so he’ll be there,” said Bette Rousseau of her 90 year old father, beekeeper, Howard Crawford.
The Museum will be open 11:00am – 4:00pm and will serve apple cider and donuts to all visitors. People can enjoy the opportunity to purchase fresh produce, crafts and honey from Akin Bak Farm as well as visiting the Museum’s many displays and exhibits during the extended Sunday hours. The Franklin Historical Museum is located at 80 West Central Street, two doors down from the fire station.
|Franklin Historical Museum|
You can find Akin Bak on Facebook here https://www.facebook.com/AkinBakFarm
or their webpage here http://www.akinbakfarmllc.com/
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