(2021 Schedule Will Be Posted Closer to Event)
NO PETS OR ALCOHOL ALLOWED
29TH ART IN THE PARK
SEPTEMBER 21st & 22nd, 2019
HAPPENINGS IN THE HERITAGE VILLAGE
Enjoy your walk across the Covered Bridge to the Heritage Village and step back in time. These historic buildings were rescued from all corners of Jackson County. Enjoy stories as you tour the Miles Wilson Matthews Chapel and all the log cabins that date from the 1800's.
Saturday Hours 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sunday Hours 12:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Artisans of Historic Crafts are set against the backdrop of the Heritage Village.
APPALACHIAN STYLE BROOMS - Carole Morse - Front porch of Veal Log Cabin
BLACKSMITHING - Troy Williams - Blacksmith Shed
SPLIT OAK BASKET WEAVING - Jerry Waldrop - Two story Barn
SPINNING - Linda White - Freeman Cabin (right room)
APOTHECARY - Paula Dyer - Freeman Cabin (left room)
KNITTING - Knitters at Noon / Sue Carlson - Freeman Cabin (left room)
WEAVING - Kelly Coldren - Freeman Cabin (right room)
SOAP MAKING - Dianne Baird - Front porch of Wood Log Cabin
BISCUITS MAKING - Amanda Browning - Front porch of Wood Log Cabin
SOUTHERN GOSPEL MUSIC - Miles Wilson Matthews Chapel
Dugar Strickland, Robin Dyer & Friends - acoustic music
Saturday - 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Sunday - 3:00 pm – 5:00pm
**As you enter the Freeman Log Cabin take time to listen to a BIOGRAPHICAL VIDEO of Clyde Freeman who lived in this 1840’s dog-trot cabin until his death in 1992.
The Freeman Log Cabin never had electricity, running water or indoor plumbing.
CHILDREN’S ART LOCATION - Pavilion #4, Cross Roads School, and Veal Cabin
CHILDREN’S ART CONTEST AWARDS CEREMONY - Amphitheater
Saturday - 12:00 pm
SATURDAY ONLY - 10:00 am - 5:00 pm - Crossroads School
Story Time - Presented by Piedmont Regional Library System - Throughout the Day
SUNDAY ONLY - 12:00 - 1:00 pm - Miles Wilson Matthews Chapel
Old Fashion Church Service - Chaplain Joey Young - Old Paths Re-enactors Missions
Period Music Music starts a few minutes before service
REENACTORS -Drills and Living History - Encampment on both sides of the river
BATTLES - Saturday - 4:00 pm lasting 45-60 minutes
Sunday - 2:00 pm lasting 45-60 minutes
On Saturday, ALL spectators will need to exit the Village starting at 3:15. Village completely cleared by 3:30.
On Sunday, ALL spectators will need to exit the Village starting at 1:15. Village completely cleared by 1:30.
LIVING HISTORY CAMP
Location: On the River across the road from The Confederate Camp
Saturday - 11:00 am - MEDICAL DEMONSTRATION
Location: Beside Joey Young’s (Chaplains Quarters) in the Living History Camp
CHILDREN SKIRMISH - Location: Lower end of the Village below Freeman Cabin -
Saturday - 1:00 pm lasting 45 minutes (**ALL CHILDREN MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT**)
CALVARY COMPETITION - Location: Lower end of the Village below Freeman Cabin
Saturday - 11:00 am lasting 45 minutes
WAR BETWEEN THE STATES -
Col. David Young overall Confederate Commander - Col. Hunter Poythress overall Federal Commander
Col. Elaine Wallace overall Artillery Commander - Col. Jeff Reno overall Cavalry Commander
Amanda Young - Period Civilian Coordinator
NARRATOR OF BATTLES - General Lee Wayne Murdock - PERIOD MUSIC
Around the encampments, Laney House & others will be playing “Civil War Tunes” throughout the weekend.
BELLE SISTERS APOTHECARY
OLE DOC BELL ROOT BEER
PERIOD HATS & MUSICIAN
BONNIE BLUE SUTLERY
SOUTHERN FAMILY IMPRESSIONS (Ladies Period Dresses)
“EVENTS AND TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE”
“RESERVED PARKING” ONLY FOR TWS MEMBERS & VILLAGE DEMONSTRATORS AT PAT BELL CONFERENCE CENTER “PARKING PASSES” WILL BE DISTRIBUTE