The Saturday morning Farmers’ Market held on the grounds of Sister Bay’s Corner of the Past and Anderson House Museum opens for the season June 27 at 8 am.
An ever-changing array of locally grown vegetables, fruits and flowers in season will be available, along with prepared foods from certified area kitchens. The market concludes at noon.
Heritage demonstrations of a variety of hand-made crafts will also be a weekly feature throughout the season, with a different artisan on site each Saturday the summer. Demonstrations are scheduled from 9 – 11 am.
In addition, the Old Anderson House, centerpiece of the museum grounds, will be open for viewing. Admission to the 1870s-era farmhouse with its collection of period furnishings is $1.
The Corner of the Past Museum is located at the intersection of Highway 57, Country Lane and Fieldcrest Road, one and a half miles from downtown Sister Bay.