Farm to Table Dinner
Tuesday, October 22nd
ClickHunter's Moon Farm to Table for details
Goodies and Goblins
Mark your calendar! The Ag Museum and Kiwanis of Dover are pleased to present "Goodies and Goblins"
Children in costumes will enjoy “Trick or Treating” in the museum's authentic 1890s village and competing in a costume contest. Costume judging is from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. with winners being announced and prizes awarded immediately after.
Admission to the event is $1 per person.
Delaware Small Bites
November 12, 2019
This tasty event will showcase over local Delaware restaurants, food trucks and catering companies in ONE BITE...that's over 1 pound of
food - WOW!
Taste signature dishes, one bite at a time on a special tasting spoon. Our participants will also be sampling beers, wines and meades.
You will not want to miss this fun and DELICIOUS event at a unique venue.
This event is open to the public over the age of 21.
Money raised will go towards a $1,000 Culinary School Scholarship for a Delaware School of Choice
To avoid fees, please register at: https://business.dsbchamber.com/events/details/delaware-small-bites-a-dsbc-event-5619
A Farmer's Christmas
Saturday, December 7, 2019
The Delaware Agricultural Museum and Village is transformed into a vintage holiday wonderland as we proudly present: 'A Farmer's Christmas.'
Visitors of all ages will enjoy the all sights, sounds and scents of the holiday season. New to the event this year is a holiday market and live greenery for sale!!
In our main museum, young visitors can try their hand at a variety of holiday crafts such as paper quilling, bead wreaths and yarn dolls. Everyone will enjoy sipping hot mulled cider while listening to a variety of holiday musical performances and observing artisans demonstrating their crafts. Take a stroll down the “Avenue of Trees” and visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus.
Shop at our new holiday market in the Circular Gallery and then... Step back in time as you enter our 1890’s village and experience the holidays in a Victorian era rural setting where carolers sing traditional Christmas music and the aroma of fresh baked cookies streams from the farmhouse kitchen. Watch a blacksmith making tools in the blacksmith shop. And, last but not least! Send a letter to Santa via telegraph in the train station!
Museum members admitted free; nonmembers pay regular museum admission ($3 to $7)