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VisitScotia.com - October 6th, 2005
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Saturday October 27th 4PM - 7PM
Flint House Fall Festival

It was a sunny day for this annual event sponsored by the Friends of the Flint House and Scotia Historical Society.


You don't have to go to Vermont for the world's best Maple Sugar. Maple Acres and the Eggleston family have been bringing their pure maple products to Scotia events for over 50 years.
Broom Making

Charlie Long, historic Broom maker demonstrates the art on broom making. In the mid 1800's the Flint House property was one of New York's largest broomcorn farms.

Linda Eastman demonstrates the art of chair caning in the Flint House's newly redecorated Victorian Room.
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