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Historians meet on the village green.

   We at Country Carpenters would like to take a moment and thank everyone who took part in this year’s 7th annual Hebron Colonial Day. It takes a great deal of work to coordinate and set up our village to represent Hebron in 1750. Thank you to all the hands that made it possible. Thank you to all who attended and made this a record year with close to 700 folks entering our gate. It is wonderful to see the community and area towns support such an event that shares history and skills that easily gets forgotten nowadays. We at Country Carpenters care about sharing skills and crafts that are all but forgotten in today’s world. With the skills gap that seems to be happening with our young people today, we with our Hebron Colonial Day event try to bridge that gap showing the importance of working with your hands to serve others.

Historians Debra Hultgren and Anne Lewis discussing the use of herbs in Hebron’s early homes.

   We would also like to thank Troup 28 Boy Scouts who did another great job providing food, drink and parking for Hebron Colonial Day and the Hebron Lions Club for the use of their parking field.

   Please mark your calendar for next year’s 8th annual Hebron Colonial day which will be Saturday, September 15th 2018, we would love to see you.

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