View our 2014 Calendar of Events for a complete list.
Included daily with admission: Crop Maze!
Don’t forget to explore our crop maze located near the village church. Maze admission is included with general museum admission.
Pumpkin Patch: Opening October 4th at the Country Store
November 8 & 15, 2014: Cane Grinding
Rich, rural heritrage at its finest! Stop by to watch mule powered cane grainding and syrup cooking in a copper kettle.
November 21, 2014: Bottles and Brushes
Discover your inner artist during this popular art class for adults taught by local artists Brenda and Richard Rose. This class is the perfect opportunity to spend some time relaxing in front of a canvas for date night, a mother-daughter treat, or a girlfriends’ night out. The Bottles & Brushes classes are open to students of any skill level, and all the supplies are provided. The instructors guide the participants step by step through the reproduction of an original painting, and everyone leaves with a completed masterpiece at the end of the evening.
- All supplies are included
- Theme: Pumpkin
Space is limited so register now! Contact Polly Huff at firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
November 22, 2014: Native American Experience
Explore Native American culture by visiting a Native American encampment (provided by educational tour group GoNativeNow), by testing your primitive hunting skills, and by trying your hand at various Native American crafts.
November 22, 2014: Wiregrass Thanksgiving Feast
Ham, turkey, sweet potato casserole…oh my! Join the Museum for a traditional Thanksgiving feast and enjoy a Native American dance program by GoNativeNow. Tickets are on sale now and space is limited, so don’t delay!
- 6 pm – 8 pm
- Outdoor event, dress appropriately
- Buy tickets at the Country Store
- $10/child (2 and under free)
- $50/family of 4