Posted: October 1, 2012

Corn has been the most widely grown crop in the country for many generations, so it's not surprising that it's the subject of the next open house at Penn State's Pasto Agricultural Museum, Oct. 30. October 30 we’ll be cuttin’ and huskin’ corn & makin’ corn husk dolls. We’ll be demonstrating antique corn cutting and corn husking tools in the field (in the field weather permitting, or in the museum). Come early to visit the museum and participate in hands-on corn husk doll craft, stay for the demonstration and discussion starting at about 3pm. November 13 Hay making with our forage expert Dr. John Baylor, video screening of field demonstrations with antique machinery. Our last of the Fall 2012 Open House Series, we’ll celebrate with Creamery Ice Cream while supplies last.

Pasto Agricultural Museum


Museum Address:
2710 West Pine Grove Road, Gate K

Pennsylvania Furnace, PA 16865