Pullens Corner Schoolhouse

Visitors are invited to a spring celebration at the historic Pullen’s Corner Schoolhouse on Sunday, May 7.

LINCOLN – With the ringing of the school bell on the historic Pullen’s Corner Schoolhouse on Sunday, May 7, visitors are welcomed to a spring celebration as it was once done over a hundred years ago at Lincoln’s last one-room school.

A number of traditions that once celebrated the arrival of spring will be experienced through a number of fun activities. The volunteers of the schoolhouse will be dressed in period clothing as they guide visitors to experience these traditions through crafts and activities, and will share the history behind each of them.

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