LOWELL | Grinning broadly in his wet t-shirt, 2-year-old Travis Marlow of Hebron rushed to explore more after panning for gold.
Seth Nichols, a local blacksmith from Lowell, cuts a piece of steel to make a knife Saturday at the Buckley Homestead Festival.
Children try their hand at panning for gold Saturday afternoon at the Buckley Homestead Fall Festival in Lowell.
LOWELL | Visitors to Buckley Homestead County Park's annual Fall Festival this weekend will be welcomed by autumn colors and lots of old-fashioned activities.
For more than a decade, September visitors to Buckley Homestead have traveled back in time to 1790s Sleepy Hollow, to experience the legend first hand.
CROWN POINT | A popular century-old local tradition may be coming to an end.
CROWN POINT | The fourth grade class at Jerry Ross Elementary School visited Buckley Homestead in Lowell on April 22. Students spent the day in the past experiencing the culture and heritage of farming life during the 19th and early 20th centuries.
CROWN POINT | A man with a history of sexually abusing animals has been charged again — this time in Lake County — with sexually abusing a guinea fowl at Buckley Homestead County Park in Lowell.
Members of the Coles County Regulators re-enactment troop perform for visitors Saturday at Buckley Homestead County Park's Fall Festival. Re-enactors provided a glimpse of what life was like on the turn-of-the-century living history farm.
Blacksmith Seth Nicholas, of Lowell, demonstrates the drawing of a point on a tent stake Saturday during Buckley Homestead County Park's Fall Festival. The event will continue from 10a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.
Lauren Ludwig, from Hebron, dips string into boiling wax to make some homemade candles Saturday morning at the Buckley Homestead during it annual Fall Festival. The festival continues from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. today. The cost is $4. Those traveling U.S. 41 should note that Ind. 2 (Commercial Av…
The former Lake County Nurses' Home and the Buckley Homestead are among 14 historic places around the state to receive federal grants aimed at preservation through the Indiana Department of Natural Resources.
David King and Shaeghlyn Gifford, fife players with the Theatiki Fife and Drum Corps, based in Bourbonnais, Ill., perform several period pieces Saturday at the Voyageurs Rendezvous at Buckley Homestead.
Brandon Scott, left, and Gavin Davis, re-enacting Delaware Indians, sell various items to vistors at a trading post tent Saturday during the Voyageurs Rendezvous at Buckley Homestead in Lowell.
Joseph Plummer, portraying a French soldier from the French and Indian Wars era, describes for vistors to Buckley Homestead Park the different types of firearms and warfare common to the 18th century.
Sandy Basala, Superintendent of Visitor Services for the Lake County Parks and Recreation Department talks about this weekend's World War II re-enactment at the Buckley Homestead in Lowell.
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