As part of its participation in the Belfort Territory Centenary events, the Agricultural Museum is organising an event entitled "Life in the 1920s".
This theme, animated by costumed speakers, will be illustrated by an exhibition of objects used at that time, documents that tell the story and scenes of everyday life.
A meal will be offered at noon between 12 and 2.30 pm in the courtyard of the museum.
There will be bakers at work, basket makers, a sharpener at work, a stone cutter, a knitter, etc. Other stands will offer waffles, jams and squash from the museum, and preparations for soup.
We hope that the discovery or rediscovery of the museum's collections and temporary exhibitions will remain a moment of pleasure for everyone.
The Apple Crunchers Association will help you discover all the varieties of fruit from our orchards.
The apple harvest will be sufficient to provide enough juice for the tasting.
A covered horse-drawn wagon will provide a free shuttle from the car park at the Botans harbour to the Agricultural Museum.