Each year we celebrate the by-gone days of this 1700’s village. Enjoy a relaxing day in this once-bustling, now quiet hamlet. Usual activities include: Old time music jam on the porch, folks clogging/buck or flat foot dancing Interpretive hay-less ride around the hamlet. The church ladies provide refreshments. The adjacent quiet dirt lane is a nice place for a hike.
C.C. Hall has an excellent site with info about the village: www.NorthRiverMills.org
North River Mills was designated a “Historical Landmark”. If you have old photos (people or structures of the village), we would love to scan them. Often old timers come to swap stories of North River Mills, giving the day a homecoming feel.
Ted Kalvitis, the antique tractor guru, and his better half, Stephanie host a Narrow Gallery (corn crib) art show. (Contact us if you’re interested in exhibiting.)
Steam engines and antique tractors. Model A and Model T Fords.Historical re-enactors will likely be camping and participating (French & Indian, Civil War, Native American) Rob Wolford demonstrates blacksmithing. Docents lead hikes to the cold vents at Ice Mountain.