Heritage crafts and old-tyme farming skills are highlighted in this 2-day family event that showcases a simpler life. Draft animal teams will be demonstrating "no gas needed" farming skills and offering wagon rides, as well as providing power for corn-grinding and sorghum pressing (weather permitting). Syrup cooking, spinning, soapmaking, dry stone masonry, native plant identification & hikes, antique clothing, Indian artifacts, flintknapping, children's primitive games & toys, beekeeping, and much more (listing subject to change). Award-winning photographer Kim Carr and pleign-aire artist Gina Brune capturing rural scenes on-site, and local author Walter Schlemper signing his autobiographical books about life on the farm. Rare livestock breeds on display, live music by the Bluegill Buddies! Dutch-oven cooking, whole hog barbecue, kettle corn, pork rinds, other treats! More may be added as we get closer to the event weekend!