The Derouin Barn 

Derouin Barn front view

The History of the Derouin Barn:

Barn arriving

The Barn as a Social Gathering Place:

Barns are among some of the largest buildings on farms. They had to be big in order for them to house various livestock and equipment. This ample space allowed barns to function as social get-togethers such as dances, parties, and other celebrations. In keeping with that tradition the Gibbons Museums barn is one of the most popular buildings on the grounds.
The barnis primarily used to accomodate large visiting groups, rental groups, or museum hosted activities. It contains tables and chairs and has a rear facing garage door which opens to overlook the Community Gardens. The Barn displays a unique variety of old tools, saddles, and other artifacts.
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Who are the Derouins:

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