Historical society invites community for day out

The Liberty Grove Historical Society is taking it down a notch this year for its annual rite of summer. This weekend has traditionally been the organization’s tractor show and art fair, which was canceled out of concern for COVID-19. The Liberty Grove Historical Society is instead inviting people to bring a picnic lunch out for its socially-distanced “Day in The Country” event. Society President Stefanie Burke says even with the buildings on its property closed, it has still been a popular place for people to take a trip back into time.

Additional farm implements will be on the property and the historic buildings will be open for people to take a peek in when ”A Day in the Country” takes place this Saturday from 10 a.m. -3 p.m. Visitors can also take a look at the Military Circle of Honor and Heritage Walkway where a new First Responders Memorial was dedicated earlier this week.


Picture courtesy of Liberty Grove Historical Society

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