At the Living History events, the village will come alive with workers and residents form the 1920's. Whitesbog’s past to life, giving visitors a glimpse of history.
Popular are Elizabeth White, whose work with botanist Frederick Coville of the USDA led to the cultivation of the modern bluberry, discuss their important agricultural work here at Whitesbog where it all happened.
In addition to White and Coville, various programs throughout the year highlight the lives of the growers, breeders, botanists, entomologists, and cranberry and blueberry pickers who contributed to the village’s unique heritage.
Whitesbog hosts 2 living history events a year July featuring the Bluberry Farming and October featuring the Cranberry Farming.