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The Weavers Cottage

This Greek Revival Victorian Cottage was built in 1889 on the east side of Center Street between Lake and Rayson. The cottage was home to the Sessions family in the 1920s and later housed Morse Dairy hired hands, until it was threatened with demolition in 1976, when it was moved to the village by the Mill Race Weavers Guild. The Weavers Guild restored the building and currently uses the cottage as a studio, to hold meetings and teach classes on weaving.

Weavers Cottage


Built: 1889

Usage: Residential home

Where: North Center Street

Architecture: Greek Revival

Donated: 1976

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