Have you heard of “vinegar valentines?” These were “greeting” cards (or rather, insult cards) that became popular in the 1840s. They were decorated with a caricature and an insulting poem, and then given on Valentine’s Day. Visit the McKinnis House to learn about the history of Valentine’s Day and what it was like in 1847. Visitors will be able to make their own historical valentine and take it home with them.
Litzenberg Memorial Woods
All ages welcome
Free, registration not required