9th annual Heritage Festival – a recap in pictures

June 7, 2015

 
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On Sunday, June 7 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m, the Haverford Township Historical Society hosted the 9th annual Heritage Festival along Karakung Drive near Nitre Hall in Havertown. The Festival featured music, historical reenactments, different vendors and stands, and food stations/trucks, and every year works to foster a community of appreciation for the past by telling the deeper narratives of those who lived long before.

Fordian staff photographers covered the event in depth with pictures of virtually all elements of the festival, including different musical and dance acts, some of the more notable events from the day, historical shots, and pictures of the overall jollity and merriment that overtook the long stretch of driveway that winds along Cobbs Creek. Here’s what they captured.

Overall Merriment and Jollity:

Historical Reenactors (such as the famous Ned Hector):

Levram the great Colonial Conjurer:

Musical and Dance Performances:

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