19th Century Curran Village

On Sunday, July 14 and July 21, the Curran Village will host its weekly Farmer's Market from 2pm - 6pm. And from 12noon - 4pm, they will be showing silent movies-free admission!

Come out and get fresh food from local vendors, see some old time cinema and, while you are there, check out the museum village that has developed through the hard work of volunteers. 

19th Century Curran Village is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that collects, preserves and utilizes historic artifacts and buildings for the purpose of exhibition, living history, traditional arts programming and hands-on education. The village serves as a classroom to not only raise awareness and appreciation of life in rural Maine and New England during the emerging Industrial Age of the 19th and early 20th centuries but to  empower new generations through sharing the lessons of science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics from that time to meet the challenges of the 21st century . Our goal is to help to nurture future inventors, scientists, artists, mechanics and agriculturists through individual awareness and discovery.

The Curran Village sponsors adult and children's workshops during the warm and cold weather. 

Consult their website at curranhomestead.org and Facebook page at "19th Century Curran Village" for up to date information about their offerings.

Email: thecurranhonestead@gmail.com.

Phone: 207-205-4849

The museum is currently looking for volunteers to assist with daily operations and programs. Please contact them if interested.