The Brown Homestead

May 15, 2019 @ 6:30 pm
St. Andrew's Parish Hall
7 St Andrews Ave
Grimsby, ON L3M 3R9
Grimsby Historical Society

Pot Luck Supper, AGM, and The Brown Homestead

The conservation of the Brown Homestead is the inaugural project of the John Brown Heritage Foundation. The John Brown House is the oldest home in St. Catharines, a two-storey stone house built in 1802 and incorporating an earlier 1-1/2 storey house (ca. 1796).

The John Brown House was an active farmhouse for more than 150 years and was also used a tavern for more than a quarter of a century. John Brown Heritage Foundation is committed to the preservation and exploration of agriculture and culinary traditions, to encourage farmers, family farming and farmers’ markets.

This event is hosted by the Grimsby Historical Society.

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