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Mulligan Harvest and Sustainable Living Festival

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Immerse yourself in autumn on Sunday, November 10th at the Red Mill Museum Village in Clinton from 12 to 4 PM. Compete in the apple pie contest, churn butter, shell corn and grind grain. Help operate a cider press then taste homemade apple cider. Shop at the Farmer's Market for locally raised meats and late season crops, then savor the scent of freshly roasted coffee and homemade soaps. While you're visiting meet your local watershed and environmental organizations, learn about renewable energy and area sustainable resources, find out about local eco-friendly recreation, and even pet an alpaca! There's fun for the whole family including historic activities and crafts lead by local artists. It's a day you won't want to miss!

The Festival, honoring the Mulligan Family who once owned and operated a lime quarry on the present site of the Red Mill Museum, will celebrate sustainable living in all its elements. In the case of inclement weather, the event will be held throughout the Museum's historic buildings. Admission is only $5 for adults, children 12 and under admitted free!

Location: 56 Main St., Clinton. For more information, including inquires about volunteering or becoming a vendor, email [email protected], call 908-735-4101 x102, or visit their website at

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