Havre de Grace will turn back the clock to the early 20th century this weekend.
For its sixth annual Graw Days festival, Havre de Grace is bringing in antique cars, music, food, arts, crafts, speakers, shopping, theater and dancing.
The day kicks off with a 10 a.m. opening ceremony atop Pennington Avenue, followed by a bevy of activities:
- Trolley tours of The Graw and Havre de Grace museums; $1 for a day pass.
- Food, artisan beer and specialty wines at the Graw Days Speakeasy, with costumed characters and palm readers; Pennington Avenue.
- More than 75 arts/crafts vendors; Washington at St. John streets.
- Vintage and antique cars; foot of Pennington Avenue.
- “History @ the Bank” exhibit, with racing artifacts, videos, historians and the Graw Days Speaker Series; 321 St. John St.
- "Little Roundup Stage" with carnival games, pumpkin face painting, pumpkin bowling, pumpkin chucking, period games and crafts; Congress Avenue.
- "Little Rascals Stage," where kids and teens will perform every half hour; Congress Avenue.
- Pony rides and carriage rides for a fee; Congress Avenue.