Reflecting the Lifestyle of early pioneers of Pennsylvania

The Morgan Log House is a meticulously restored example of early domestic architecture.

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Morgan Descendant Weekend

Morgan Descendant Weekend

We are highlighting the Morgan Family July 16th-17th, 2016 through never-before-scene exhibits, workshops, demonstrations, and behind the scenes tours.

 

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Tavern Night 2016

4th Annual Tavern Night

Highly popular Tavern Night is back for it’s 4th year! This one-of-a-kind evening fundraiser, the first in the area, features a fun filled, lively, and thirst quenching evening of craft beers, meads, ciders, wines, distilled spirits and 8 food courses setup on the grounds of this 300 year old historic site. We have amazing things “brewing” for this year!

New this year is a VIP Premium ticket, limited to only 25 tickets. With this VIP Premium Ticket you receive a 10 ounce limited edition event fluted glass, a 22 ounce of our limited “Log House 2016 Reserve Ale”, a 375ml bottle of limited edition Ice Cider (dessert cider) by Stone & Key Cellars, a bottle of our limited edition Morgan Bitters distilled by Boardroom Spirits, personal chocolates box with 4 specialty chocolates provided by Asher’s chocolates, and tastings of over 2 dozen beers, ciders, wines, and meads along with 8 food courses for 4 hours.

The Basic VIP ticket you receive a 10 ounce limited edition fluted glass, a 12 ounce bottle of our limited “Log House 2016 Reserve Ale,” and tastings of over 2 dozen beers, ciders, wines, and meads along with 8 food courses for 4 hours.

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1st Annual Log Jog 5k

Throw on those running shoes, listen for the musket volley, and get ready to march out for the first annual Log Jog 5K. Details coming soon.

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