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Throughout the year, Newlin Grist Mill hosts a number of special events and program series, ranging from family-friendly festivals and reserved-seating dinners to bird walks and historic demonstrations. No matter what your interests, chances are that you will find something to love!

For information about Newlin Grist Mill’s regular program series, click here.

For information about Newlin Grist Mill’s special events, click here.

Jun
1
Sat
Kitchen Encounters
Jun 1 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Kitchen Encounters @ Newlin Grist Mill

Join us as we demonstrate and explore historic cooking and foodways! We’ll be using the recently restored 1739 Trimble House Kitchen, as well as the reconstructed Bake Oven behind the Miller’s House, to experiment with a variety of ingredients, techniques, and “receipts” (recipes). Each program will have a different theme – beer brewing, dairy, pie baking, and 18th-century sauces are just a few!

2024 Kitchen Encounters: 

  • April 13 – Meat Pies & Sauces in the Trimble House Kitchen
  • May 18 – Baking in the Oven (behind the Miller’s House)
  • June 1 – TBD
  • September 14 – TBD
  • October 19 – Beer Brewing in the Trimble House Kitchen
  • November 16 – TBD

10am-3pm. Free and open to the public of all ages.

Sep
4
Wed
The Newlin Series: “Returning the Wild to the Wilderness: Loss, Legacy, & New Opportunity”
Sep 4 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The Newlin Series: "Returning the Wild to the Wilderness: Loss, Legacy, & New Opportunity" @ Newlin Grist Mill

Join us onsite in the Log Cabin as we explore topics around the theme of restoration with this season’s slate of presentations.

In this program, our speaker will be PA Game Commission Furbearer Biologist Thomas Keller. Pennsylvania, once rich in wildlife diversity, suffered greatly during the last several centuries. Fortunately, the state has also seen historic comebacks of species through reintroduction and habitat development. Keller’s talk will explore the history of wildlife in Pennsylvania and introduces a new opportunity for continuing our legacy of rewilding with the American marten.

Pre-registration is preferred – call the site at 610-45902359 or email info@newlingristmill.org to register.

Sep
14
Sat
Kitchen Encounters
Sep 14 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Kitchen Encounters @ Newlin Grist Mill

Join us as we demonstrate and explore historic cooking and foodways! We’ll be using the recently restored 1739 Trimble House Kitchen, as well as the reconstructed Bake Oven behind the Miller’s House, to experiment with a variety of ingredients, techniques, and “receipts” (recipes). Each program will have a different theme – beer brewing, dairy, pie baking, and 18th-century sauces are just a few!

2024 Kitchen Encounters: 

  • April 13 – Meat Pies & Sauces in the Trimble House Kitchen
  • May 18 – Baking in the Oven (behind the Miller’s House)
  • June 1 – TBD
  • September 14 – TBD
  • October 19 – Beer Brewing in the Trimble House Kitchen
  • November 16 – TBD

10am-3pm. Free and open to the public of all ages.

Sep
21
Sat
Fall Festival
Sep 21 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Fall Festival @ Newlin Grist Mill

A local favorite, this event provides fun for the whole family!

The festival features many different historic skills and trades demonstrations, archaeological excavations and activities, vendors in the Colonial Market, beer and wine at the Tavern, a Community Corner, hayrides… plus hands-on activities for kids of all ages!

Admission is free for all ages. Parking is $5 per car.  Complimentary shuttle buses between the parking area and the festival site will run every 15 minutes throughout the event.

Oct
19
Sat
Kitchen Encounters
Oct 19 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Kitchen Encounters @ Newlin Grist Mill

Join us as we demonstrate and explore historic cooking and foodways! We’ll be using the recently restored 1739 Trimble House Kitchen, as well as the reconstructed Bake Oven behind the Miller’s House, to experiment with a variety of ingredients, techniques, and “receipts” (recipes). Each program will have a different theme – beer brewing, dairy, pie baking, and 18th-century sauces are just a few!

2024 Kitchen Encounters: 

  • April 13 – Meat Pies & Sauces in the Trimble House Kitchen
  • May 18 – Baking in the Oven (behind the Miller’s House)
  • June 1 – TBD
  • September 14 – TBD
  • October 19 – Beer Brewing in the Trimble House Kitchen
  • November 16 – TBD

10am-3pm. Free and open to the public of all ages.

Nov
2
Sat
Tavern Night
Nov 2 @ 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Tavern Night @ Newlin Grist Mill

First seating: 4:30-6:30pm
Second seating: 7:30-9:30pm

Tavern Night is a one-of-a-kind evening of 18th-century food, drink, and music. Participants will enjoy the warmth of the fire as they delight in a selection of flavors and aromas representative of those found in a colonial tavern. All tavern goers will be served sample-sized courses of various foods and drink that are based on period receipts (recipes). A variety of punches, flip, and other beverages will be served along with fresh (non-alcoholic) cider.

Proceeds from this fundraiser provide valuable internship opportunities for students wishing to pursue a career in history, museums, archaeology, and related disciplines.

Cost: $75/person. You must be 21 years or older to attend. A printable registration form is available here. Call 610-459-2359 for reservations or more information.

Tavern Night
Nov 2 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Tavern Night @ Newlin Grist Mill

First seating: 4:30-6:30pm
Second seating: 7:30-9:30pm

Tavern Night is a one-of-a-kind evening of 18th-century food, drink, and music. Participants will enjoy the warmth of the fire as they delight in a selection of flavors and aromas representative of those found in a colonial tavern. All tavern goers will be served sample-sized courses of various foods and drink that are based on period receipts (recipes). A variety of punches, flip, and other beverages will be served along with fresh (non-alcoholic) cider.

Proceeds from this fundraiser provide valuable internship opportunities for students wishing to pursue a career in history, museums, archaeology, and related disciplines.

Cost: $75/person. You must be 21 years or older to attend. A printable registration form is available here. Call 610-459-2359 for reservations or more information.

Nov
16
Sat
Kitchen Encounters
Nov 16 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Kitchen Encounters @ Newlin Grist Mill

Join us as we demonstrate and explore historic cooking and foodways! We’ll be using the recently restored 1739 Trimble House Kitchen, as well as the reconstructed Bake Oven behind the Miller’s House, to experiment with a variety of ingredients, techniques, and “receipts” (recipes). Each program will have a different theme – beer brewing, dairy, pie baking, and 18th-century sauces are just a few!

2024 Kitchen Encounters: 

  • April 13 – Meat Pies & Sauces in the Trimble House Kitchen
  • May 18 – Baking in the Oven (behind the Miller’s House)
  • June 1 – TBD
  • September 14 – TBD
  • October 19 – Beer Brewing in the Trimble House Kitchen
  • November 16 – TBD

10am-3pm. Free and open to the public of all ages.

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