|Sun, 06 May 2012|
|10:30 AM||to||2:30 PM|
Residents of Northern Michigan are cordially invited to attend a free visit to Wellington Farm USA near Grayling on May 6, 2012. Included in the event will be a free pancake brunch. Doors at the 60-acre living history farm will open at 10:30 a.m. and the first tour will depart the Visitors Center at 11 a.m. Additional tours will depart every 20 minutes for the remainder of the event. The last tour will be at 2:20 p.m.
Wellington Farm USA which depicts life as it was lived during the Great Depression has often been referred to as Northern Michigan’s best kept secret. Others have referred to it as the “Greenfield Village of the North”. Whatever the case may be, the management and staff of Wellington Farm Park, Inc. want to provide local residents with this one opportunity to make themselves familiar with the historic complex. “We want locals to see what a economic asset Wellington is to Northern Michigan” said museum founder Howard Taylor.
Wellington Farm USA is located south of Grayling on Military Road within easy reach of both I-75 and US-127. Travelers on I-75 exit at 251 or Exit 206 of US-127. Directional signs mark the way from both expressways. Additional information can be obtained by calling 989.348.5187 or visiting the website at www.wellingtonfarmpark.org