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Join us for Harvesting History this Saturday!

Our fall festival, Harvesting History, is this Saturday, October 12 from 11am to 3pm at the Moffatt-Ladd House & Garden!  This FREE event is open to the public and all are welcome to come enjoy some fall fun and learn a bit of history, too!  We’re excited to have dozens of local businesses and organizations join us this year.  The current list of participants include:

Backyard Garlic
Blue Ocean Society
Chocolate by Sparrow
Great Works Painting Restoration
Hickory Nut Farm
Humble Bee Flowers
Jasmine’s Jewels
Kate Shattuck Wallpaper & Painting
Kimberly Alexander, Ph.D
Lure Bar & Kitchen
New England Curiosities
Portsmouth High School National Honor Society
Northeast Shade Tree
Portsmouth Eats
Portsmouth Soap Company
Revival Jewelry Studio
Sandra Rux Historic Loom Weaving
Sea Bee Honey
Seacoast Permaculture
Spice & Tea Exchange
Sue Polidura – Stores from the American Revolutionary Period
United Methodist Church Pumpkin Patch
Young Living Oil Essential
Zoe R. Markham Artwork

We are also collecting non-perishable food and toiletry donations for Rockingham Community Action Rockingham Community Action/SNHS now until the end of Harvesting History at 3pm on Sunday.  For every total donation, we’ll give one raffle ticket to enter our raffle prize drawing, made up of gift cards and items from local stores and businesses. Accepted items include: Non-perishable food items, bath & shower soap, bathroom tissue, shampoo, personal hygiene products, laundry detergent & softener, dish soap, dog & cat food/treats. Please NO clothing, shoes, towels, sheets, home goods, etc.  All donated items will be given after the event.  If you have any questions on how to make a donation, please contact us at or call (603) 430-7968.

We’re excited to share all of this with you and we hope you’ll join us for this fun and free event to celebrate the fall season on a beautiful day in Portsmouth, NH!

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