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Prairie Heritage Day

by tsk last modified 2013-03-07 09:01 PM

Marshall County Conservation Board's annual event that is held in correlation with Oktemberfest. Designed for the whole family, participants can step back in time to experience pioneer and prairie life

Cider press vert 3.jpgPrairie Heritage Day is an annual event held at Grimes Farm where participants can take a step back in time to experience pioneer and prairie life.  Activities include candle dipping, weaving, chair caning, spinning, rope making, pioneer camp, butter making, rope making,  cross cut sawing, blacksmithing, antique power, cider pressing, and bison chip throwing contest. The contest is open to all ages. Samples of fry bread are be available for pioneer prices (one cent each).  There are also wagon rides to the observation tower.Homespun Family 2.jpg

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