The Pennsylvania Lumber Museum held its Fall Antique Show and Sawmill Run on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 10 and 11.
This was the museum’s first event since reopening in April 2021. The biannual event was canceled in 2020 due to COVID-19.
Hundreds of visitors enjoyed historical displays and reenactments that made the rich history of the region’s lumbering industry come alive.
The Sawmill Run was held on Saturday. Visitors were able to observe the process of whole logs from the forest being processed in the sawmill. Throughout the weekend, history buffs could observe the daily life of a Civilian Conservation Corps camp.
Approximately a dozen antique and collectibles dealers offered knives, housewares and crafts.