Enjoy 18th century demonstrations of frontier life–early settlers’ skills at the William Harris Homestead
Saturday, November 7
10 am to 2 pm
The Georgia Colonial Educational Team
“Kat the Baker”
“Black Powder Bob”
The smell of open fire cooking and bread-making will be in the air while Hank shows how to make lead bullets over a camp fire, started with flint and steel. Others will demonstrate early Colonial Georgia settlers’ skills, while living in the wilderness.
Hayride 1:00 pm
Bring a picnic lunch and be sure to stick around for the famous “Frying Pan Toss,” where Hank’s wife gets to throw a frying pan at him…at a distance, of course!
Free admission for anyone dressing in Frontier attire!
Adults and children over 12–$6.00
Seniors and children 5 to 12–$5.00
The William Harris Homestead is open to the public on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month, 10 am to 2 pm, March through December.
Come, Visit, Picnic, Hike–it’s a beautiful place!
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