Smell the cane juice being cooked into syrup. Hear the crackling of the fires. See the leaves turning and the snow white cotton being ginned. In our three kitchens we will bake with cane syrup, cook with peanuts and preserve summer’s bounty the old fashioned way. Muscogee Creek Indians will demonstrate traditional ways of storing food for the winter.
Historic Westville’s historic cotton gin will be up and running, the blacksmith will be pounding iron, the tin smith will be hammering tin and we’ll be dipping candles, spinning cotton, and working wood.
Fall Harvest Days
October 30 – November 1, 2014
10 AM – 5 PM
Historic Westville Village
9294 Singer Pond Rd.
Lumpkin, GA 31815
$10.00 for adults and children (K-12)
$8.00 for seniors (65+), college students and military
Pre-K are always FREE