Saturday, November 10, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Witness “living history” of the 1830s Texas settler and American Indian lifestyles. Hayride to the homestead for demonstrations including woodworking, leatherworking, making wood shingles, rail splitting, military drills, laundry, spinning and weaving, butter making, quill penmanship, games, Indian lore, and more accompanied by live music from Celtaire String Band, Fretted Friends, Laughing Lizards and Steppin’ Out. Hands-on activities available for children, including rope making and crafts. All ages. Free.