Springs Historical Society
Aug. 12, 2020

The Springs Farmers' Market 2020 Season has been extended to October 10, 2020.

Sauerkraut Sale  Springs Folk Festival Master Sauerkraut Makerswill be making Sauerkraut to help support the

Springs Historical Society due to the cancellation of the 2020 Festival.

Sauerkraut will be available at the Springs Farmers’ Market

 Sept. 19th, 26th, and Oct. 3rd – 8:00 am – 1:00 pm

1 lb. container - $3.00   &   20 lb. container - $35.00      

To guarantee your purchase, you may call (814) 521-8065 or email johnnyranda2009@live.com  

July 22, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Springs Museum will not be open for the 2020 season. The Springs Folk Festival will be cancelled for 2020.  The Springs Farmers' Market is operating Saturdays through Oct. 10, 2020

Aug. 12, 2020

3 Updates:

1)  Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the Springs Folk Festival will be cancelled for 2020.  Plans are being made for the 2021 Festival to be held on Oct. 1 & 2, 2021.

2)  Sauerkraut Sale

Springs Folk Festival Master Sauerkraut Makers will be making Sauerkraut to help support the

Springs Historical Society.

Sauerkraut will be available at the Springs Farmers’ Market

 Sept. 19th, 26th, and Oct. 3rd – 8:00 am – 1:00 pm

1 lb. container - $3.00   &   20 lb. container - $35.00    

To guarantee your purchase, you may call (814) 521-8065 or email johnnyranda2009@live.com  

3)  Craft availability by Springs Folk Festival vendors - click this link for vendor list and direct contact information.  

Welcome to Springs Historical Society

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The Springs Historical Society of the Casselman Valley is a non-profit organization founded in 1957 which sponsors the Springs Folk Festival, Farmers' Market, Museum, Alta Schrock Nature Trail, Public Programs, and annually publishes the Casselman Chronicle, a historical and genealogical journal.

Purpose of the Organization:
To foster and actively participate in the preservation of personal property, buildings, sites, landmarks, documents, and other items of historical interest and aesthetic and social value; to revive pioneer arts and crafts and to foster interest in and appreciation for the history of the area and to carry on research in the same. The corporation does not contemplate pecuniary gain or profit, incidental or otherwise, to its members.

Time Capsule Notes

1753 Col. Thomas Cresap of the Ohio Company cut a trail to the Monongahela, employing Nemacolin and other Indians to do the work.
Casselman Chronicle no. 3&4, p.8
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