Step back in time on Saturday, August 4, and see what life was like in the early 1800’s.
The 1798 Davis House will be open for tours from 11-4 during the Peach Festival. Come learn about the lives of the Davis family and see personal items related to the Civil War. New items have been discovered and put on display! Tours are free.
Artisans in and around the Davis House yard will include:
–Blacksmithing by Rob Wolford
–Broom-making by Clay Lick Brooms
–Basket-making by Barbara
–Woodworking by Dan Barnard
–Weaving by Christa Lemons
–Knitting/Crocheting by Jeannie Voit
–Demos in painting by Cindy Bourne
–Weaving and spinning by Niomi Haines
*Artisan demonstrations will be Saturday only*
Scout Troop #32 will be demonstrating pioneering skills with wood and ropes.
The Hampshire County Public Library will have an antique quilt display, a WWI gun display (courtesy of collector, Ken Johnson), and rock painting for children!