The Berkeley Heights Historical Preservation Committee invites you to the Littell-Lord Farmstead Family Fall Festival on Saturday, October 22 from 12-4 pm; rain date is Sunday, October 23. The Fall Festival will be held at the Littell-Lord Farmstead near the intersection of Horseshoe Road and Mountain Avenue; exact address is 23 Horseshoe Road. What to look forward to during the festival:
- Trap Rock Brewery
- Food truck
- Crafters and artisans
- Tours of the Farmstead, which is on the National Register of Historic Places
- Pick & Paint Pumpkin Patch (THANK YOU, Berkeley Heights PBA Local 144 for the pumpkin donations!)
- Face painting
- Governor Livingston High School Students woodworking & art work on display
- & so much more
So head over to the PBA 144's Trunk or Treat at 200 Connell Park from 10am-1pm, then come on over to Littell-Lord for a fun-filled fall family day here in Berkeley Heights!!!
Background on Littell-Lord Farmstead Restoration:
The Township of Berkeley Heights is working with the Berkeley Heights Historical Preservation Committee to preserve and restore portions of the historic Littell-Lord Farmstead. You can read more about the property and our restoration efforts here.
Click here to visit the Farmstead's GoFundMe page and donate to help us preserve this historic gem.