Harvest Time at Fort Mose is an 18th-century, historical interpretation of harvest time in colonial Spanish Florida. Fort Mose is the site of the first, legally sanctioned free black settlement in the continental U.S., established in 1738. Florida Living History volunteers will demonstrate food and foodways of the 18-century Spanish Florida. Children’s actiivies include pottery-making, tin-smithing, cornhusk doll-making, leather working, and more.
Admission to the event is free of charge to the public. Admission fee for the museum: $2 per Adult, Children 5 and younger are free.
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