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Written by Larry Roeder Editor
May 25, 2016

Goschenhoppen Historians , from left, Ed Johnson, Al Gouldey, Alan Keyser and Jack Armstrong look over the artifacts in the Weaving Room exhibit.  Just one of many exhibit "rooms" on display in the Folklife Museum

The Goschenhoppen Historians make leaning local history fun

                For anyone who has ever visited the annual Goschenhoppen Folk Festival, it is an amazing experience.  Visitors get to enjoy the historian's dedication to local history and their commitment to make their presentations historically accurate.  It is an event that pleases the eyes, mind and palate of all who experience it.

                But, as the Goschenhoppen historians feverishly prepare for a very special fiftieth anniversary of the Folk Festival, they'll pause on Sunday, June 5 to hold a fun-filled family event titled "Spring Frolic!"...



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