Folks of all ages are welcome to join in making pioneer crafts like cornhusk dollies, and crafting a clay bead. Spinning fibers into yarn, and weaving on a loom will be demonstrated. Visitors can try their hand washing on a washboard, and learning the Victorian “Games of Graces.” They can taste local honey, and pet a horse. More activities are listed on the Singing Creek Center website. Attendees will also meet some of the trappers and pioneer men and women dressed in period costume to bring history to life.
Kids: Get your pioneer passport stamped at some of the booths and turn it in for a prize!
Music will be provided by the Old Time Fiddlers Association and other bands. Food will be available for purchase from the Camas Country Mill Bakery including their freshly milled and baked, whole grain breads and pastries, along with healthy lunch choices. The grain used for milling is grown right there at their farm. Hayrides will be given for one dollar each along the creek, and limited to the first 150 riders.
The festival will be held at the Camas County Mill Schoolhouse and Bakery, about five miles north of the Eugene Airport, off of West Meadowview Road.
June 10, 2017
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Living History Festival 2017
Folks of all ages are welcome to join in making pioneer crafts like cornhusk dollies, and crafting a clay bead. Spinning fibers into yarn, and weaving on... More info at www.oregonfamily.com/events/115876/living-history-festival-2017
Camas Country Mill Schoolhouse and Bakery 91949 Purkerson Rd. , Junction City, OR 97448