Join Rich Pawling, from History Alive, on Sunday, Sept. 23, at 6 p.m. for an interpretive presentation “Connecting the Farm to the Forest – Examining the Symbiotic Relationship between Logging and Agricultural Production during the Timber Harvest Boom Days of Pennsylvania (1880-1910).”
Pawling will address the part of a wood hick from that time period, and will use old photographs to visually guide guests through the past into the present. The Troy Sale Barn will be an example of how historic preservation is a form of life eternal for the value of the community and its citizens.
Join them for this free interpretive presentation showcasing the area’s lumber heritage in a historic venue, the Troy Sale Barn.
For more information, email to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Bill Bower, Troy Sale Barn operating corporation president, at (570) 297-2943.
It is the mission of the Troy Sale Barn Operating Corporation to showcase their agricultural heritage.