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Jamie Milner photo

Jamie Milner photo

Westfield has benefited from a large and talented group of volunteers, including current youth interpreter Lexi Burt.

Birthday bash planned for Westfield anniversary

Where can you run your hand along the wall of a 1793 log cabin, help operate a Victorian printing press, check out the sleeping quarters in an 1830 inn and admire the “modern” plumbing of an Edwardian home? And that’s just a small sample of what you can experience at Westfield Heritage Village.

On Sunday, June 15, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Westfield will celebrate its 50th birthday.

Visitors will enjoy a deluxe program with free birthday cake and popcorn, a lively parade, carnival games, special guests and live music. Featured musicians include Love Banshee, The Ever-Lovin’ Jug Band, Tethera and the award-winning Crusaders Drumline. In the Ironwood Hall, there will be a special exhibition highlighting the history of Westfield. Antique vehicles, steam engines and free steam traction engine rides will add to the fun. Special anniversary tours will also highlight the original seven buildings from Westfield’s 1964 opening day.

Call 519-621-8851 or visit

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