This event will focus on agricultural and rural traditions and skills found on a typical family farm in North Carolina's northwest Piedmont region at the turn of the 20th century. A variety of agricultural demonstrations will be featured, as well as rare and endangered breeds of farm animals. Vendor booths will present such items as natural soaps, organic and heirloom fruits and vegetables, basket making, pottery, and homemade toys and crafts. Local artisans, musicians, and food will play a vital role in the program.
- This is a 2nd Saturdays Event.
- No entrance fee, but donations are appreciated.
- Fee for food and drinks.
- For information on setting up a vendor booth, call 336/325/2298.