The Southern Oregon Farm Festival, May 1 and 2, will mark the 140th anniversary of the Historic Wood House. The old structure will host events to bring back memories of those days. Events will run from 9-5 on Saturday and 9-4 on Sunday. There is a $2 admission charge for adults, seniors and children 7-12 will get in for $1. Parking will be across Highway 62 at Willamette Egg Ranch and there will be a free shuttle from there.
Events will include sheep herding with the Sheep Dog Society, followed by draft horse and mule pack demonstrations from 11-2 p.m. both days.
On Saturday, the Old Time Fiddlers will entertain from 1-4 p.m. and from 10-2 p.m. And on that same day, there will be an EPHS FFA livestock judging clinic is scheduled.
Other events are scheduled to be open all day and will include: Wild Rogue Antique Powered Early Gas Engine & Tractor Association, Little Butte Mountain Men encampment, Jefferson State Regulators Gun Club, panning for real gold, quilters, weavers, spinners, wood carving, soap making, beekeepers, blacksmith, wild west photographer with costumes, and children’s games.
Inside the Wood House will be living history exhibits.
The event is sponsored by the Woodhouse Preservation Group.