The interior of Norlands Library will be part of a new fundraiser planned from Oct. 16 to 31 in Livermore. Contributed photo

LIVERMORE — A new family adventure, “Story Trails at Norlands,” will be available for a limited time during October at the Norlands Living History Center at 290 Norlands Road.

Story Trails of Maine has created this event as a fundraiser for Norlands, and as a way to bring more families in to explore this historical gem. Groups will have one hour to look for clues and solve puzzles throughout the grounds and historical buildings, all while following a story filled with real information about the Maine family who lived there.

“If you have not been to this site and explored the grounds, it is truly magical,” said Joe Musumeci, owner of Story Trails of Maine, in a news release. “We wanted to give families an opportunity to see and learn about the history, using fun and interactive means to keep attention spans high and children engaged in the activity.”

The event is available from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays, Oct. 16 to 31. Tickets must be reserved in advance. Tickets cost $20 for adults, children 14 and younger get in for free with an adult.

Reservations can be made online at storytrailsme.com/maine/norlands/.

The interior of Norlands Manor will be part of the “Story Trails of Maine” adventure offered Oct. 16 to 31 at Norlands Living History Center in Livermore. Contributed photo

 

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