Pre-order Your “Rosie the Riveter” or “Uncle Sam” T-Shirt and save $5!

This year we have some wonderful new shirt designs for the New Deal Festival!  We asked our friends on Facebook to tell us which designs they liked the best and these are the top two they picked.  You can order these today and pick them up at the festival or we will ship them to you for a flat rate of $3.00.  If you pre-order today, you’ll save $5.00 per shirt and AHI members get an additional discount!

If you’d like to pay with cash or check and pick up the day of the festival or in our office.

Pricing*:
Pre-order pricing will be as follows:
$19.95
$14.95 for AHI members

Day-of sales:
$24.95
$19.95 for AHI members

*NOTE: Add $2.00 for XXL and $3.00 for XXXL sizes.

Rosie The Riveter - We Can Do It!
Rosie The Riveter – We Can Do It!

 

Defend American Freedom - Is Everyone's Job
Defend American Freedom – Is Everyone’s Job

 

Front of shirt:

Front of shirt
Front of shirt

 

New Deal Festival Offers Unique Living History and Never-Before-Seen Exhibits

FDR (Bill Donogan) at the 2010 New Deal Festival

Arthurdale Heritage’s annual New Deal Festival gives children and adults a unique glimpse into the past as America gears up for battle in World War II. This year, the festival commemorates Arthurdale in 1942 as America and Arthurdale go to war. The festival begins at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, July 14th and features living history reenactors, unique artisan demonstrations and never-before-seen museum exhibits.

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Step Back in Time at Arthurdale Heritage’s New Deal Festival

Center Hall banner

Arthurdale Heritage’s New Deal Festival is giving people of all ages a chance to step back in time as America and Arthurdale go to war in 1942. The festival begins at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, July 14th and features artisan demonstrations, historic reenactments, museum tours, craft market, antique car, truck, and tractor show, quilt show, supervised kids area with games and activities, and much more.

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