Baker Cabin Volunteer Work-day

The Baker Cabin historic site offers visitors a chance to see an authentic log cabin and living area that reflects the region’s pioneer past. The site, which is listed on the register of historic landmarks, is operated and maintained by volunteers with a love of history – and you can be one of them. “Hands on History” days in March and April will give visitors a chance to handle and care for historic artifacts from the site’s collection or take on a small project for the grounds.

Volunteers are essential to our mission. There will be a variety of jobs to match your interests and abilities. Project leaders will be on hand to answer questions and guide work efforts.

Saturday, April 22 – 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. – Volunteer Work Day at Baker Cabin and the Pioneer Church

Help with site preparation and installation of a large stone block, complete with quarry marks, unearthed at the old Horace Baker Quarry. Miscellaneous tasks may include clearing fallen limbs and some ivy clipping too.