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June 15, 2013

A look at life in 1800s

Spruce Forest Artisan Village at Penn Alps in Grantsville hosted a Family Day Saturday that featured interactive and hands-on activities for children and families. Above, Stephanie Bryner, 13, of Accident looks at a clothes pin doll with her mother Missy. Right, Anastasia Klein, 10, of LaVale views a Victorian tea party photo from the Gordon Roberts House in Cumberland through a stereoscope 3D viewer. Spruce Forest and area partnering organizations offered numerous attractions where participants were able to experience life in the 1800s.

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