Events

Kringle 2004 to 2012

“OH LATVIA” A Cultural Fair Photos

Enjoy an afternoon at the Historic Stokes House and meet our Latvian Neighbors

Sunday, September 29, 2019

1:30 PM – 4:30 PM EDT

Come and enjoy an afternoon experiencing the Latvian Culture. Start your visit with a performance by the Philadelphia Latvian Concert Choir and then explore and enjoy the foods and culture on display.

There will be artifacts, local crafts, and jewelry to purchase. Books by Latvian authors detailing their experiences in the “DP” camps of WWII. We will have handouts of Latvian history and favorite recipes.

Where is Latvia, how did the community settle in Haycock and when did they arrive. “Ask a Latvian”.

Tickets are available until Monday, September 23rd, 2019 or when sold out. Be sure to purchase your tickets while they are still available, there is a limited number.

 

Pat Dewald's Barn SnowCurl 02-2010
Member Pat Dewald's Snow Curl on the barn roof

Springtown Times  #178     July 14, 1894 

President Cleveland signed a bill making Labor Day a National Holiday.  This is the first time in the history of our country that a national holiday has been created by congressional enactment.

 

Page last updated: 2019
 
 

 

Mission Statement: The purpose of the Haycock Historical Society is to research and preserve the history of Haycock and to promote and perpetuate public interest and to inform the public generally of the rich heritage of Haycock Township.

Haycock Historical Society
P.O. Box 715
Quakertown Pa 18951
Kringle