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Grand opening June 16 for Fairfield Archaeology Park

The Fairfield Archaeology Park will hold a grand opening from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Friday, June 16, on the grounds of the ruined manor house that gave the Fairfield Foundation its start.

Fairfield Foundation co-directors Dave Brown and Thane Harpole have been dreaming about Fairfield Archaeology Park for two decades, soon after establishing their educational outreach organization in 2000, according to a release. A protective structure has recently been completed over the manor house foundations, creating this occasion to open the park.

A dedication and recognition program is planned at 11 a.m. In addition, hands-on archaeology, exhibits, trail hiking, and historical interpreters are on the schedule, and food trucks will be on hand.

“This new structure will help protect the 300-year-old brick foundation of the Burwell/Thruston manor,” said Brown. Fairfield was built in 1694 and burned to the ground in 1897. “In addition, it will make it easier to interpret the building to the public...

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