Visitors can enjoy:
- Wearing colonial bonnets and tricorn hats and faux colonial children's outfits for photos for social media;
- Collecting Union County's Hannah Caldwell, James Caldwell, and Battle of Connecticut Farms trading cards;
- Having their National Park Service Passports and/or Union County Passport booklets stamped--the Parsonage, part of the Crossroads of the American Revolution National Heritage Area, is an official National Park Service cancellation site;
- History of Union, an original video produced by the UHS History Club and partly taken from a drone, showing notable sites in Union;
- A new historic Union map exhibit created for the weekend--36" x 48" reproductions of the 1860 Union farm map will be available for purchase;
- A new exhibit on long-time Township Clerk, Mary Miller, a descendant of the Miller family, who lived in Connecticut Farms (aka Union) at least since 1730; and
- An exhibit of historic household conveniences; farm implements; old TV’s, radios, and office equipment in the Tool Museum in the carriage house (aka barn).