The Historic Village was open from 10 am to 2 pm on Saturday November 10 as part of Brewton-Parker College's Baron Bash festivities. Approximately 75 visitors enjoyed milking goats, learning about sheep, making corn husk dolls, and hearing about the lives of two early settler families here in the region. We will again host a lively day of crafts focusing on pioneer life in the spring around the time of the Vidalia Onion Festival. Watch for information here on the date and time! As always, we are free and open to the public.
Student volunteers show how to make cornhusk dolls.
Historic Village volunteer demonstrates making beaten biscuits.