Events

Sgt. Alvin C. York State Historic Park is fun and educational for all ages.
July 23, 2021
Canning: Feast During a Time of Famine

A useful item many take for granted is the mason jar, and its importance not only to the canning process, but its importance as a tool of survival.  Canning and the mason jar are an important food preservation method... Read More

July 23, 2021
York Farm Tour

We are excited to offer a walking tour of the historic York Farm! Beginning at 12:00 PM CST, the tour will depart the Visitor Center and follow our ADA trail around the farm's perimeter. The 45 minute tour will highlight how farming evolved... Read More

July 24, 2021
Knit Your Bit

“Knit Your Bit” was the cry that sounded across the United States homefront during World War One. For soldiers whose uniforms could not protect them from trench life and the cold of winter, such garments as hats, gloves, and socks were vital to... Read More

July 30, 2021
Canning: Feast During a Time of Famine

A useful item many take for granted is the mason jar, and its importance not only to the canning process, but its importance as a tool of survival.  Canning and the mason jar are an important food preservation method... Read More

July 30, 2021
York Farm Tour

We are excited to offer a walking tour of the historic York Farm! Beginning at 12:00 PM CST, the tour will depart the Visitor Center and follow our ADA trail around the farm's perimeter. The 45 minute tour will highlight how farming evolved... Read More

July 31, 2021
Knit Your Bit

“Knit Your Bit” was the cry that sounded across the United States homefront during World War One. For soldiers whose uniforms could not protect them from trench life and the cold of winter, such garments as hats, gloves, and socks were vital to... Read More

September 26, 2021
Maintain the Line: A Bag at a Time - Parapet Repair

Join our doughboys at Sgt. Alvin C. York State Historic Park as we work to mend the trench for future events.

Over the course of the First World War approximately 20,000 to 25,000 miles of entrenchments were... Read More