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Jones Tavern Fire! A Look Back in Time

Iron Work Farm Remembers the Fire of 1967

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Wonderful Open House - Tavern Fire! The antique fire trucks that responded to the alarm from box 212 on July 25, 1967, plus Bill Klauer, the original fireman who answered the call were there. Over 50 parties toured the Tavern, heard Bill's description of the fire, talked with today's firemen, checked out the antique trucks, and got a look at Acton's newest truck - Engine #26, the show-off piece of the day. Kids had a blast 'driving' all of the trucks. Many thanks to all who partook in the day.

 

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Open Museum - Jones Tavern and Faulkner Homestead

Come by between 3:00 - 5:00 pm on "4th Sundays" 2017, tour the properties and learn about our unique history.

  • May 27
  • June 24
  • July 22
  • September 23
  • October 20/21 (Acton Open Studios weekend)

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Site Photos

Belle Choate
Nancy Evans
Anne Forbes
Kaye Sherry Hirsch
Nan Towle-Millett
Kimberley Connors-Hughes

Thank You to our 2017 Sponsors

Iron Work Farm Mission

Iron Work Farm owns the 1707 Faulkner Homestead and 1732 Jones Tavern in South Acton. We serve as the stewards of these precious tangible assets to the historic past. Our mission is to protect, educate and promote historical preservation and the study of South Acton.