Admission is free for the Annual Fall Festival and Scarecrow Contest at the Old Stone Schoolhouse, sponsored by the Farmington Historical Society. Enjoy making ghostly crafts, test your skill at "Doughnuts On a String", listen to Wanda the Witch tell spooky tales, and much more! Bring a homemade scarecrow to enter into the Scarecrow Contest for a chance to win. Prizes will be awarded for scariest, prettiest, and funniest scarecrows!
Owned and operated by the Farmington Historical Society, the Old Stone Schoolhouse is a single-room schoolhouse attended by students between the years 1790 and 1872. It was later used as a community center and chapel until 1956. The building is open for tours on Sundays during July and August, and it holds the annual Scarecrow Contest and Fall Festival every fall. It is located at the corner of Coppermine Road and Red Oak Hill Road.