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Welcome to the
Friends of Nathaniel Boileau Farmstead Web Site!

The Friends of the Nathaniel Boileau Farmstead, Inc. is a non-profit corporation with the purpose of preserving, rehabilitating, and maintaining the four historic farm structures on the property known as Boileau Park.  We work to promote the cultural and historic significance of the site and the tremendous educational opportunities that it affords to local citizens, educators, students, sports groups and civic organizations.

One of the purposes of the corporation includes raising of the necessary funds though grants, contributions and through other fund-raising activities.

Meetings are held the second Wednesday of the month at 7:00 PM in the basement of the Upper Moreland Township Building located at
117 Park Avenue in Willow Grove, Pennsylvania.


Boileau Spring Festival on May 6th, 2017
On Saturday May 6th from 11:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. at the Boileau Park, we will be celebrating the 11th annual Boileau Spring Festival. The event will take place at 2668 Byberry Road, Hatboro, PA 19040 (Byberry & Orangemans Roads in Upper Moreland Township).

Every year we have managed to add more interpreters and events. The sheep herding will return, and the soldiers will be drilling. And you can also enjoy open pit cooking, ice cream making, a woodworking demonstration, live music and much more!!!.

Mark your calendars and bring your children and grandchildren. This is a free event on a Saturday that includes free hot dogs and drinks. Everything is outdoors in a farmyard setting on a beautiful spring dayÖ rain or shine! We look forward to seeing you there at this historic location!

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In 2009, The Friends of Nathanial Boileau Farmstead signed a 25 year lease with Upper Moreland Township assigning fundraising responsibilities to The Friends while defining a supportive relationship between the two organizations. This relationship will make restoration projects more attractive to public and private funding sources.


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