Step back in time at the Newlin Grist Mill’s Fall Harvest Festival. Since the mill dates back to 1704, it should come as no surprise that its fall fest has a historic slant, bringing 18th-century life into the present day. From old-timey cooking demos to live blacksmithing, October 5th will be full of colonial-era entertainment.

Come out to the Newlin Grist Mill between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. to check out the fall festival and everything that it has to offer. Bring along $5 for parking, but don’t worry about cash for admission, because it’s free. Explore the large lineup of attractions, including woodworking, candle-making, and wool-spinning, to name just a few. You can also enjoy modern-day autumn activities, like pumpkin painting and hayrides. Don’t forget to stop by the market for cornmeal ground on-site, locally crafted soaps, and much more.