Travel Back to Arkansas’ Early Days at The Caddo Gap Heritage Festival
If you love history and festivals then get ready because with the cooler temperatures it's the perfect time to check out this great festival this weekend in Caddo Gap, Arkansas.
It's time to have fun at The Caddo Gap Heritage Festival this Saturday, October 1.
Enjoy learning about all the beauty and heritage of the people that settled in the Ouachita Mountains in the early 1800s. The festival's mission, according to its Facebook page is;
"seeking to preserve and promote the old time skills, crafts, and lifestyle of the Ouachita Mountain settlers in southwest Arkansas from the early 1800’s up until the 1940’s."
What Kind of Events Will Take Place at The Caddo Gap Heritage Festival?
There will be demonstrations of the lifestyles and careers including blacksmithing, wool spinning, quilting, old farming skills and a Civil War reenactment.
You'll also see antique tractors, engines and cars. This festival is perfect for the whole family and it will start at 9 AM Saturday and will go on until 4 PM
How Much Does it Cost to Get into The Festival?
Admission is free into the festival and it's sponsored by Gap Mercantile and the Mt Ida Area Chamber of Commerce.
Keep up to date with more information at the Facebook Event Page
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