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Florida Agricultural Museum Tour/Hike


Oct 9, 2010
Saturday 10:30 a.m.


The museum, located south of St. Augustine, offers a glimpse into Florida’s past.  We’ll board a trolley for a guided tour of an 1890 homestead, a 1930’s citrus complex, and a Black Cowboys exhibit. There are cracker horses, cattle, and other animals. Then we’ll hike 2 ¾ mile trails around a small lake to the Hewitt’s Sawmill site that is the location of a 1770-1813 water-powered sawmill. We’ll walk along beautiful Hewitt Branch creek. Bring water, lunch, snacks, sunscreen, and insect repellent.  Children welcome. Admission $6 adults and $4 children.

Reserve by Tuesday, Oct. 5 on Meetup or to June Weltman. E-mail your interest in a carpool. We would depart at 9 a.m. from the parking lot in front of the Mandarin Barnes & Noble on San Jose near I-295.  


Contact Information:

Northeast Florida Group
June Weltman


Florida Agricultural Museum                                 www.myagmuseum.com
7900 Old Kings Road
Palm Coast, Florida 32137

The museum is located 17 miles south of St. Augustine on the corner of Old Kings Road and U.S. Highway One in northeastern Flagler County.

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