On Sunday, August 18, wheel strapping, the rendering of a log and the old-fashioned threshing will offer visitors paintings straight out of the lives of our elders. The gestures that lack neither strength nor elegance will restore the perfectly coordinated work of yesteryear, witnessing the solidarity and cohesion of this society where men combined their efforts to carry out often exhausting tasks. The axe and saw of the squarers, the fire, the claws and the hammer of the blacksmiths will do their work while the plagues thrown in cadence will sped the rye. Don’t miss this beautiful show.
The work, which requires skill and know-how, arouses the admiration of visitors to the museum. The two workers will still be present at the site on Monday, September 9.