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Huntington Historical Society Festivals

Sheep to Shawl Festival

Apple Festival

Each year the Society provides two festivals meant to celebrate the changing of the seasons.  The Sheep to Shawl Festival is held in the spring and demonstrates our heritage activities leading into the summer months:  sheep shearing, spinning, weaving as well as providing games, music, refreshments and children's stories.  The Apple Festival is held in the fall and celebrates preparations for winter:  Scarecrow making, pumpkin painting and apple products as well as music,  dancing, games, crafts and, for those who dare, a scary Boo Barn.