Case Barlow Farm celebrated the 200th arrival of the Case family to Hudson with 1814 era activities on Sunday, June 8. Activities and displays reflected what the Case Family might have found in Hudson when their wagon arrived from Granby, Connecticut.
Glen Marsh showed how early residents trapped.
The Native American Indian and Veterans Center hosted a mini educational Pow Wow with an invitation for all to watch or join in the dances.
The Hudson Genealogical Study Group provided charts, timelines, and other research information.
Music was provided by Pitch the Peat. Thirsty Dog Brewery offered beer tasting.
A pig roast provided pork sandwiches to accompany the various sides, snow cones and root beer floats.