Olde Home Day

Olde Home Day Graphic: James Smith

Join the Warner House at the Olde Home Day and celebrate the “original brick” building’s 300th anniversary! The family reunion is open to all and includes descendants of the extended Warner and Wentworth families. Learn more about the families. The matriarch of the Warner House was Sarah Wentworth, daughter of Lt. Gov. John Wentworth and brother of Royal Gov. Benning Wentworth. Sarah married Archibald Macpheadris in 1717 and lived in this house. The Wentworths were a large mercantile family provincial dynasty, both socially and politically, and today, many of the Wentworth descendants still live in the area.

• Tour the Warner House new exhibit "300 years of Dining at the Warner House"

• Food includes a lobster roll, drinks and chips!

• Music by the band "Penhallow" at 1 p.m.

• Archaeology table

• Activities for the whole family!

Admission: $10 (includes one free lobster roll!)  $5 (includes one free hot dog!)

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