This event celebrates farm life around the time period 1895 - 1910. In so doing, ABNC highlights crafts, products and activities that played an important role in the life of a Gulf Coast farm family. After the hard work of harvest, farm families enjoyed many forms of entertainment. The Harvest Festival includes music and dancing, along with pie-eating contests, cupcake walks, farm animals and wagon rides. Crafts from a bygone era will be demonstrated by quilters, spinners, potters, wood carvers, blacksmiths and more. The children will want to stay all day to try their hand at old-fashioned games and scarecrow stuffing, rope making and candle making. For the adults, the General Store will be a potpourri of delicious homemade jams and jellies in addition to other types of food and handmade soaps and candles, hand-dyed yarn, woolen gifts, Victorian clothing and dolls. Mark your calendar for this 2 day event in November.
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