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Erwinna Spring Festival set in Tinicum Park


Come celebrate opening day at the Erwin Stover House 1-4 p.m. Saturday, April 27 in Tinicum Park in the Colonial style with bagpipes, live music and a maypole.

Special guests, the Millstone River Morris Dancers, will perform traditional English folk dances with sticks, handkerchiefs and bells. There will be live Colonial music throughout the day performed by the Boys of County Bucks. Take a turn to dance beneath the maypole or make a flowered wreath or try your hand at old time Colonial games from racing hoops to tossing graces. Tour the historic house, barn and carriage House.

The Lenape Sachem, Tamanend, will be honored just as the Continental Congress did in 1777, when they declared May 1 as St. Tammany Day. Tamanend was the indigenous leader who signed the treaty with William Penn in 1683 and whom the members of the Continental Congress considered the Patron Saint of America.

The event is rain or shine (all activities will be moved inside the barns in the case of inclement weather).

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