Helping out IWF can be fun and educational.
IWF welcomes volunteers at Jones Tavern and Faulkner Homestead for many different activities; can you help out? Small jobs or major functions, the attraction of our old houses are formed by the various people who support Iron Work Farm.
Do you like history, gardening, out-door activities, archaeology, photography, sewing, art, cooking, animals, telling stories, music, applied science, writing, play-acting, social media, fund-raising, planning? There are many, many more ways to pitch in for The Iron Work Farm.
We welcome volunteer guides at our open-house tours at both Jones Tavern and the Faulkner Homestead. Sign up for this fun job and we will train you!
We need your talents to sustain IWF in its next 50 years! Contact us to volunteer - and let us know your interest.
We value IWF volunteers and welcome you to help out with:
- Tour guides for both house museums
- Landscaping and general maintenance, specifically tree-work
and clearing of brush and invasive species at Faulkner Homestead
- Special Events
- Monthly open houses - May- October
- Open Tap Room - October
- Patriots Day - April
- Spring egg hunt - March or April