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John R. Park After Dark – Tragic Tales & Pioneer Perils

Ontario Trails Events

Event: John R. Park After Dark – Tragic Tales & Pioneer Perils
Trail: Essex Region Conservation Authority
Date: 2019-10-19
Abstract: Join us for ghost stories in the attic, corn husk crafts and cider and sausage making. Possible anniversary celebration at this event, to be confirmed!
Type: Fall Fair
Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: John R. Parks Conservation Area 915 County Road 50
Online URL: https://essexregionconservation.ca/education-and-events/john-r-park-dark-tragic-tales-pioneer-perils/
Cost: Various

John R. Park's house is beautifully decorated with fresh evergreens, berries, fruits and feathers.

Upstairs in the house, children can make an old fashioned decoration to take home. Outside you can warm up with traditional treats including lambs wool (a cider beverage) and roasted chestnuts. Join in on the wassailing festivities in the orchard to ensure a good crop. Homemade goodies will be available at the bake sale in the gift shop. The gift shop also features a unique selection of handmade and reproduction gift items.

For more information about the John R. Park Homestead Conservation Area call the Homestead at (519) 738 2029.

The John R. Park Homestead and Conservation Area is located on the shores of Lake Erie at 915 County Road 50 East, in Harrow just west of County Road 23 only a 30 minute drive from the City of Windsor.