Arts at Hayfield
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Become a Hayfield House Tour Guide

 

Are you interested in History?
Do you like sharing information with others?
Become a Hayfield House Tour Guide!

As a guide you will:

Receive training on how to lead tours.

  • Learn more about the Hayfield House and the original owners the Conynghams.
  • Share what you learn about the property with visitors to the house.
Hayfield House Brochure
Hayfield House, the palatial mansion of the late John and
Bertha Robinson Conyngham, along with a 19 car garage
and 50 acres of land, was presented to Penn State by Mr.
and Mrs. Richard I. Robinson of Greenwich, Connecticut.
Richard Robinson was the nephew of Bertha Conyngham
who helped raise him with her sister Mary Robinson
Merkle. Read more about the Hayfield House.
Hayfield Brochure update.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [801.4 KB]

 

Currently, we do most of our Hayfield House tours during the Summer Arts Festival, but we want to expand and create additional tours at other times throughout the year. Whether you want to give a basic tour or dig deep into the past of this historic home, we want you as a Hayfield House Guide! 

 

NOTE: Until further notice, All Hayfield House Tours are Canceled

If you, or someone you know, are interested please contact:

Jonathan Pineno

570-675-9159

jpp245@psu.edu

 

 

Summer Arts Festival and

Homespun Holiday Craft Show:

Canceled for 2020

 

Visit the Arts at Hayfield Facebook Page to support the participating crafters!

Go to: 

https://www.facebook.com/ArtsatHayfield/
 

 

Hometown Traditions

Virtual Craft Fair Promotions on the Arts at Hayfield Facebook Pages

September 6-December 31

ONLINE ONLY EVENT

 

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Hometown Traditions

Virtual Craft Fair

 

Still accepting applications

Crafter Applications

 

 

 

 

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