As part of the celebration, demonstrations among the historic buildings will include hearth cooking, soap making, cornshuck crafts, sewing, spinning, and traditional mountain music. Families will have a chance not only to see into the past, but to also take part in hands on activities demonstrating the traditions of the southern Appalachia.
Exhibits of artifacts and historic photographs will also provide a glimpse into the many and varied roles of rural women, and the
All activities are free to the public.
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