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  • Membership
    in the history of early iron production HCVHA has been nationally recognized for its volunteer efforts You and your family should consider joining the HCVHA family With the large and diverse programs that HCVHA has we can truly say that there is something here to meet everyone s interests Join HCVHA for this year s historic season Be involved with HCVHA and make Historic Joanna Furnace part of your family s life Click here to join Hay Creek Membership Offers Serious Fun Committee projects let you meet and work with new friends Distant Adventures Hay Creek Valley Tours takes you to places of historic interest hellip all over the eastern seaboard Warm Social Events Everyone in your family will enjoy the special dinners picnics and campfires held at Joanna Furnace Solve Mysteries Be a part of our history team and help piece together 200 year old documents and maps Search for Answers Work with our archaeologists and venture back to the earliest days of the iron plantation Festive Events Help bring life to the daily activities of Historic Joanna Furnace with over 1 500 volunteers at the three day Hay Creek Festival in September our one day Apple Festival in

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  • Volunteer Opportunities
    Joanna Furnace volunteers are needed throughout the year to mow and trim the grass We supply the mowers weed eaters and gas This project can be done anytime throughout the year during the week day in the evening and on weekends Gardens Many of our gardens at Joanna Furnace need attention If you have a landscaping background or just a green thumb to help develop our gardens give us a call Community organizations are welcome to adopt a garden area and help beautify our site You can bring your own garden tools or use ours Sewing Volunteers are needed to help sew patches on shirts and pants for the scarecrow building stand at the Hay Creek Apple Festival This project can even be done in the comfort of your own home We will supply the thread needles patches shirts and pants Just contact us ahead of time and we will have the items ready for you Cleaning out your dresser and getting rid of clothing Well if you have long sleeve button down shirts or any type of hats give them to us Archaeology Volunteers Sift through Joanna s history and join our archaeology team to uncover a part of

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  • Directions
    find from the following locations From The Lehigh Valley Take route 222 to Reading 422 east to I 176 south At the Green Hills exit go south on route 10 The festival grounds will be just past Furnace Rd on your left Festival parking is about 1 5 miles south of the historic site on route 10 Access the historic site from Furnace Rd From Philadelphia Take the Pennsylvania Turnpike west to exit 298 Morgantown old no 22 Turn right north on route 10 Festival parking is about 1 mile on the left The historic site is about another 1 5 miles on your right Access the historic site from Furnace Rd From Baltimore York Lancaster Take I83 to York east on route 30 to Lancaster route 222 north to Pennsylvania Turnpike interchange exit 286 Reading old no 21 east on the turnpike to exit 298 Morgantown old no 22 Turn right on route 10 going north Festival parking will be about 1 mile on your left The historic site is another 1 5 miles on your right Access the historic site from Furnace Rd From Harrisburg Take the Pennsylvania Turnpike east to exit 298 Morgantown old no 22 Turn

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  • Contact Us
    Creek Valley Historical Association PO Box 36 1250 Furnace Road Geigertown PA 19523 Phone 610 286 0388 email info haycreek org COPYRIGHT 2008 HAY CREEK VALLEY HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION POWERED BY

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  • Hay Creek Valley Historical Association

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  • Hay Creek Valley Historical Association
    to day 19th century lives Activity begins with dressing in authentic replica garb completing domestic chores then off to school Children learn life was labor intensive but some time for period games could be made A DAY AT JOANNA Tour the complex with interpreters to greet you in each building to share the community life and workday of the 19th century iron plantation Options to create a period craft at the end of the tour ONE OF OUR MOST POPULAR OPTIONS EARLY TECHNOLOGY Science abounds as students witness authentic simple machines from the 1800 s run from a line shaft Lathes post drilling copy machines agricultural machines and tools of the time mass producing before the industrial revolution History and hands on activity included HISTORIC COOKING An interactive hands on experience where students will prepare a menu of foods using period recipes ingredients techniques and equipment CASTING A moulder will meet the students in the casting house to begin the process of each of them casting a product as historical information is shared We also offer THREE ALL DAY PROGRAMS EARLY AMERICAN IRON INDUSTRY and THE IRON MAKING PROCESS An in depth tour of the furnace complex WHAT WOULD YOU DO IF Problem solving scenarios are presented to the teams of students requiring them to tour the plantation asking questions recording answers then reporting their findings THINKING ARCHAEOLOGY A hands on simulated site exploration to include describing and analyzing artifacts SEASONAL TOURS Nature walks 19th century herb garden tours INTEREST BASED TOURS Our programs are perfect for scouts civic and historical organizations summer camp programs and church groups Your group will be engaged and will learn during a visit to our site Parents and Teachers of our participating students say One of the very best educational outings we have done

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  • Membership Application
    Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Zip Phone Number e g 111 111 1111 Email Address Birth Date Occupation Membership Level Select a Membership Level Individual 15 Family 25 Junior Under 18 10 Individual Life Membership 250 Each Membership Type New Membership Renew To further support HCVHA consider contributing to one of the following annual tax deductible categories

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  • Donate
    FLORIDA GEORGIA HAWAII IDAHO ILLINOIS INDIANA IOWA KANSAS KENTUCKY LOUISIANA MAINE MARYLAND MASSACHUSETTS MICHIGAN MINNESOTA MISSISSIPPI MISSOURI MONTANA NEBRASKA NEVADA NEW HAMPSHIRE NEW JERSEY NEW MEXICO NEW YORK NORTH CAROLINA NORTH DAKOTA OHIO OKLAHOMA OREGON PENNSYLVANIA RHODE ISLAND SOUTH CAROLINA SOUTH DAKOTA TENNESSEE TEXAS UTAH VERMONT VIRGINIA WASHINGTON WEST VIRGINIA WISCONSIN WYOMING Zip Phone Number Email Address Amount Comments Security Verification Why is this necessary Unreadable Click here Enter the

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