The annual Strawberry Festival is canceled due to COVID-19


The Historic Warrior Run Church and the Hower-Slote house are not open for tours. 



Founded in 1978, Warrior Run-Fort Freeland Heritage Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of the history and heritage of the Warrior Run area. We accomplish this through annual events and ongoing activities, including:

Warrior Run Church
Oversight and maintenance of the
Warrior Run Church, buildings, cemetery and grounds.
Hower-Slote House
Restoration and management of the
historic Hower-Slote House and Farm.
Display of Artifacts
Collection and preservation of objects
made and used by settlers of the area and a research library.
Redware Plate
Encouraging the preservation of the crafts
once practiced in the Warrior Run area.


9 x 13 Non-stick pan & cranberry lid $40.00
9 x 9 Traditional pan & green lid $32.00
9” Pie pan & blue lid $30.00

Featured Memorabilia

Many titles from Wennawoods Publishing.    If need mailed, applicable shipping rates are additional cost. All books priced at $10 each.            Available Titles: Brulé’s Discoveries and Explorations 1610-1626 Captured by the Indians:  The Seldom Told Stories of Horatio Jones and the Benjamin Gilbert Family Chief Logan:  An Anthology Clark Manuscripts:  Aboriginal History of […]