Spocott Windmill joins forces with the Dorchester Citizens for Planned Growth (DCPG) to provide a day of environmental and historical celebration on Saturday, April 20, from 10am to 3pm.
Watch the mill running (weather permitting) and tour the buildings that are part of the complex including the Windmill, Adaline Wheatley House, Castle Haven Schoolhouse, Blacksmith Shop, Country Store and Museum, and the partially renovated 19th Century Doctor’s Office. Other ongoing activities during the day will include numerous activities for children in the old schoolhouse, food, and live music.
The day will also feature the Arbor Day tree giveaway sponsored by the Dorchester County Forestry Board.
The Spocott Windmill Foundation and DCPG will sponsor a horseshoe tournament for teams representing community service organizations.
Any interested groups should email Beth Ann Lynch at email@example.com or call Fred Pomeroy at 410-228-8643.
Learn more about this fascinating gem of Dorchester heritage in this great Bay Journal story.
The Spocott Windmill complex is found 6 miles west of Cambridge on Rt 343 at 1609 Hudson Rd., Cambridge, MD 21613. Food, parking, restrooms, and a good time will be available for all.
There is no charge for admission.
Inquiries can be directed to George and Jackie Radcliffe at 410-228-7670 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday, April 27, from 10am to 3pm.