Students visit the log cabin, where they learn about the many uses settlers had for their apple harvest. A dried apple wreath will be made by the class to take back to school to be proudly displayed in the classroom.
In the Victorian cottage, students will have the opportunity to use a reproduction late-1800's apple peeler and play the apple peel game. The freshly peeled apples are then used to make apple crisp to bake in the wood stove. A sample of the results is always a highlight.