By Ocean Francoeur
Special to The Record
Once again, the Eaton Corner Museum will be organizing its annual Old-Fashioned Day fundraiser. Every second Sunday of August, the museum transforms its grounds into a veritable slice of the past: complete with music, costumes, games and near-forgotten trades of old. The museum’s mini-festival of yesteryear, which begins at 1:00 p.m. and ends at 5:00 p.m. this coming August 12, gives visitors a chance to see expert local craftspeople do everything from quilting, embroidery and lace making to basketmaking, candle making, timber frame construction, and more. See full story in the Friday, August 3 edition of The Record.