November 9, 2018

Fall Heritage Days will transport guests back in time through the sights, sounds, smells, and tastes of pioneer traditions!

The Museum grounds will be filled with homemade food, bluegrass and folk music, as well as demonstrations such as molasses making, sawmilling, soap making, toy and doll making, quilting, and much more.

Guests will also enjoy activities including sheep herding, antique tractors and engines, a working threshing machine and hayrides.

Children will enjoy a variety of hands-on activities including: old-fashioned games, stick horse racing, sheep herding, storytelling, hay pen & animal programs.

Live demonstrations including: blacksmithing, sawmilling, leather working, sorghum making, beekeeping, basket weaving & old-fashioned cooking.

Live folk & bluegrass music, sing-alongs and traditional dancing.

Interactive learning about Appalachian history & culture.

Located at Museum of Appalachia

Friday, Nov 9 Student Heritage Day -  9am-5pm

Visit: www.museumofappalachia.org


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