SUNDERLAGE FARMHOUSE OPEN HOUSE & ICE CREAM SOCIAL

Join the Hoffman Estates Historical Sites Commission as they conduct tours of the Sunderlage Farmhouse at their annual open house.   Cookies and refreshments will be served.

In addition, the Schaumburg Township Historical Society is sponsoring the Sharon Kimble Ice Cream Social.  Come see how ice cream was made before we had Baskin Robbins or Dairy Queen.    If you enjoy socializing, learning about history and eating ice cream then stop by.  This is free but, as always, a donation will be accepted for the ice cream or our Raise the Flag Fund.

Take this opportunity to view this historical farmhouse and its National Register smokehouse, talk to the Civil War reenactors,  check out the cute animals and eat some delicious ice cream!

When:  Sunday, July 23, 2017 from 12-4 p.m.
Where:  Sunderlage Farmhouse at 1775 Vista Lane, Hoffman Estates

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5 Responses to “SUNDERLAGE FARMHOUSE OPEN HOUSE & ICE CREAM SOCIAL”

  1. Bob Dohn Says:

    For some additional photos of Sunderlage Smokehouse and Farmhouse:
    http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Sunderlage_Farm_Smokehouse
    For a few “factoids” about Sunderladge Farm, go to:
    http://web54.sd54.k12.il.us/instruct/socsci/infot/3les/schaum/places/sunder.htm
    For a few “factoids” about Johann Mencke Schwiethard Sunderlage, go to:
    http://web54.sd54.k12.il.us/instruct/socsci/infot/3les/schaum/people/sunder.htm

  2. Sharon Kimble Says:

    Just one small correction = there is no charge for this event. Come and enjoy tasting homemade ice cream, tour house and smokehouse and watch the children enjoy pony rides and a petting zoo. Historical Sites Commission will also offer cookies and refreshments. It is a nice way to spend a Sunday afternoon.

  3. Sharon Kimble Says:

    Another correction = the time for this event i to 3 p.m., not 12 to 2 p.m.

  4. jrozek Says:

    I know it’s too late but I made the corrections for posterity’s sake!

    Jane Rozek
    Local History Librarian
    Schaumburg Township District Library

  5. Bonnie Cernosek Says:

    Jane, I think you are doing a Wonderful job, keep it up.

    Did you know that Marshall Fields sold the Meineke honey candy.

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