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The sweet taste of summer’s end – at Ameliasburgh’s Heritage Village

The Ameliasburgh Heritage Village welcomed County residents, friends and visitors on the last long weekend of summer. It remains open on weekends showcasing more than two dozen specific areas of interest.

Sawyer-enjoying-his-cornSawyer Lyons, 6, learned that shaking some 35 per cent cream in a jar with three marbles for 20 minutes makes tasty butter for his corn on the cob.

Enno-as-shopkeeperPioneers made almost everything for themselves and what they couldn’t make, they would trade for items at the General Store. Here volunteer Enno Busse was the weekend’s shopkeeper. Between the 1850s and 1880s, there were three general stores in Ameliasburgh.

Elizabeth-and-PaulineAmeliasburgh museum volunteer Elizabeth Rolston was pleased to meet Pauline Gillespie, a Lang Pioneer Village volunteer, as the two shared interests in weaving and spinning and worked together to sort out a threading concern.

Linda-and-Don-DulmageLinda Dulmage offers to bring husband Don some Ploughman’s Lunch made at in the museum’s tea room. Don was showing violins he makes by hand including this one completely from Prince Edward County wood.

chatting-and-workingFriends chat while hemp ropes are made.

mother-daughter-at-log-cabin-Brenda-and-SarahThe log cabin built circa 1860 in Ameliasburgh is the last original cabin built in Prince Edward County. It displays the typical pioneer home. Girls had specific jobs around the house and also had fun hanging out with their moms as shown here by volunteers Brenda and Sarah Dettling. The cabin was moved to the museum in 1969 and preparations are now under way for its restoration.

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  1. Susan says:

    Very nice report. Cabins may have been circa 1860 but large homes were being built in 1815 i.e. Young-Woodward house at East lake.

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