Morrow Mountain State Park will host its annual Old Fashion Day Festival on Sunday, November 5, from 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. This day is set aside to enjoy the traditions of yesterday. Exhibits will include gold panning, pottery, flintknapping, wood carving, shoe making, apple cider pressing, woodworking, broom making, bee keeping, Native American flute music, rope making, blacksmithing, dulcimer playing, quilting, antique tractors and farm equipment, "old fashioned" children's games, storytelling, local photography and more. There will be food trucks available. Live music from the Wagon Radio Flier Band and entertainment will be provided throughout the afternoon. There will be an interactive archological display at the Kron House along with a Camping and War re-enactment groups. The Doctor's Office will be open for viewing along with an antique horse-drawn physician's buggy. The event is being sponsored by the Friends of Morrow Mountain State Park.
Click here for an event video from 2013: https://vimeo.com/94679134