Painting, creating art, jamming, making soap, assembling honey bee hives, landscaping, gardening, chicken pens, construction, opening the woodland trail are some of the activities on the “menu”
Named Noah’s Rally in honor of City founder, Noah Ferry, who died at the Battle of Gettysburg. He was know for his ability to rally folks together. This 1873 historic parsonage built by the Ferry family in his memory, is slowly coming back into its former glory from falling into shambles as tri-plex apartments. Come for part of the event or all of it. If you are coming a distance & want to stay here, four rooms are available (no charge) first-come, first served. Bring a tent or pop-up, we have space for several. We’ll do bonfires in the evenings (weather permitting) and have some “down” times also, to just relax and converse with new friends by the fish pond. Let us know asap what your sleeping arrangements are so we can plan locations.
Learn more about Amanda’s Bequest at www.amandasbequest.com
Breakfasts provided and enjoy evening end of day communal food/party (prepare or bring food to share if desired, John and Valerie will supply BBQ meats and other foods.)