Farm Heritage Day: An Historic Country Fair-Saturday September 21, 2013 10 AM to 4 PM
Come enjoy an old-time country fair!
Activities all day long: The DAV will raise the flag at 10:30 AM. Cornmeal grinding (steam engines), apple butter making, Watauga County History Book, Master Gardener plant clinic & seed swap, Christmas wreath making, beekeeping, horseshoe pitching contest, Trapper Mike, Ian Snider, and much more…fun for all.
Special for the kids: face painting, balloons, animals (goats, chickens, piglet, ducks, calf, miniature mule, other small animals), Billy Joe Ward’s hand-made toys, fire trucks, Boy Scouts, 4-H, rescued birds & animals from Blue Ridge Wildlife, Apple Hill Farm llamas, and the children’s playground.
There will be Live Music . Crafters will demonstrate quilting, weaving and spinning inside the historic school building. Booths will feature locally made crafts, including Debbie Trivette’s corn shuck dolls & Green Mother Goods.
Food: BBQ & hot dogs. Locally grown potatoes and other local foods will be available for purchase.
More vendors are needed; please call 828-297-2200 for more information about selling your crafts or providing demonstrations.
$3 for adults. $1 for seniors and children 12 & under. Children under 5 are free. Free Parking is nearby.
The Heritage Museum, located at the Cove Creek High School, will be open during all Events.