After very strong turnout for early voting, elections officials are expecting more voters to visit polling sites today and next week for the final opportunities to vote before the Nov. 6 general election.
A fun-filled day of living history demonstrations, family entertainment, Southern Cooking and even an antique tractor show. See demonstrations of operation of animal powered cotton gin, grist mill, sawmill. Enjoy Old Time Music in front of the log cabin or a Quilt show in the May House. Attend lectures on Civil War and local history in the one-room school house. Shop for freshly made syrup and corn meal in the country store. Admission is free. You won't want to miss it!