Celebrate springtime in the "country" with farm activities, lively bluegrass music, and fresh foods straight from the garden at the City of Dublin's annual Spring Faire on Saturday, May 7, from noon to 5:00 p.m., at the Dublin Heritage Park and Museums.
Children can work in the garden with small tools and learn about historic gardening and sustainability. Our upcycling do-it-yourself project pen gives creatives of all ages an opportunity to create with recycled materials and take home one-of-a-kind crafts. Visit the “Farm-to-Table” exhibit in the Murray Schoolhouse and tour the home of Dublin’s farm family, the Kolbs, to see what they’d likely be doing on a spring day in 1949.
Admission is free to the Spring Faire, but activity wristbands can be purchased for are $5 and include a tractor-drawn hay ride, milking the ‘cow,’ butter churning, ice cream making, the do-it-yourself pen activities, and hands-on gardening.