BE LIKE LIVING STONES
"You also, like living stones, are being built into a spiritual house."
1 Peter 2:5
As our forefathers (twenty families) traveled from Europe to settle here, they, too, must have realized the mighty hand of God and truly worshiped him. When our children ask, we can tell them of this mighty God.
And so Zwanzigstein.
The purpose of the Zwanzigstein Fest is to preserve, celebrate, and accurately portray our religious and cultural heritage in Lewis County. Since 1991 the Heritage Farm has provided the site for visitors to learn about our Anabaptist faith legacy and rural life of years past through stories, exhibits, tours, demonstrations, and fundraising venues such as foods and crafts.
28th Annual Zwanzigstein Fest on Saturday, July 7, 2018
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Children 18 and under: Free
Free parking available.
Activities and Demonstrations
Baking (bread and cookies)
Barn loom, carding, spinning, and stocking machine
Fiber arts (knitting, crocheting, embroidery, quilting, and tatting) - Dining Room
Hymn singing and musical groups (Down Home, Adirondack Community Chorus, House of God, etc.)
Old-fashioned childrenís games
Woodworking; window repair
Barn - old farm equipment, tools, sleigh cutter, etc.
Granary - barn quilts
House - tour of rooms, view display cases and old-fashioned wedding dresses, archival area (special tour), etc.
Mennonite Disaster Service
"Why They Came!" - Parlor
Mennonite Central Committee - meat canner project in April
Walking trail in the woods
Vendors and Other
Moserís Maples LLC
The Market Place
Home-cooked meals, grilled foods, baked goods, apple fritters, Croghan bologna, homemade ice cream, and much more.
We are always looking for volunteers to help throughout the day. If you would like to help for an hour or two at one of our booths, please call 315-376-2792 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.