The Crane House & Historic YWCA spans history from 1796 to 1965, sharing the stories of the Crane family, wives, and children, enslaved and servants of the household through 1900, and the African American women of the segregated YWCA from 1920 through 1965. Programs provide a look into the lives of the home's occupants, a demonstration at the historic hearth kitchen, and a visit to the chickens and our community garden speaking to our agricultural past . Programs can be tailored to all ages and badge requirements. 2 hour visit, $15/scout, 6 scout minimum.
To join in an outdoor service opportunity with the community farm, email firstname.lastname@example.org for the our spring and summer schedule.