Old fashioned fun My 9 at butte Creek Mill & Museum

Demonstrating how horseshoes are made, quilting, spinning, Dutch oven cooking and a variety of music are just some of the events this Saturday at the Vintage Faire in Eagle Point at Butte Creek Mill and the Eagle Point Museum. It?s free.

Demonstrating how horseshoes are made, quilting, spinning, Dutch oven cooking and a variety of music are just some of the events this Saturday at the Vintage Faire in Eagle Point at Butte Creek Mill and the Eagle Point Museum. It?s free.

The fourth annual Vintage Faire will happen May 9 at the Butte Creek Mill, the Eagle Point Museum and the area between.

Entertainment, crafts, food and wine tasting will be in full swing from 9-5 on Saturday, May 9.

Specific events will include the New Horizon Band at the museum between 11:30 and 12:30; the Old Time Fiddlers between 11 and 2 p.m.; and Banjo Bill from 2-4 p.m.    

And there’s a lot more going on: Saturday Market will be in full swing. There will be carriage rides, ponies, alpacas and mini donkeys for all to see. The blacksmith will be making horseshoes; quilters will show their quilts of many styles and colors. There will be antique tractors on display and, one of the true favorites, Dutch oven cooking will be there all day.

Napkin art by Everett Jennings  will be shown at the museum. And, of course, the museum will be open to show off the second largest historical collection in Jackson County.

Food, wine tasting and crafters. Something for everyone and every age.

For those who don’t know, the Mill is located at 402 N. Royal only a short distance from Main Street. For information call 826-3531 or visit www.buttecreekmill.com
By Nancy Leonard
Of the Independent

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