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At the moment, the museum is open twice a week, if you fancy taking a look for yourself. But the farmhouse has a few other uses as well. As Horsford told the Mail Online, “Throughout the year we host public programming for the community. We do history lectures, bilingual read alouds and a summer camp for children where we talk about what it’s like to live on a farm.” Photo Credit: Facebook/Dyckman Farmhouse Museum

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