‘Pioneer Days’ coming to Onalaska
From Enterprise Staff
Get ready to experience some of the magic of the past. The Greater Onalaska Heritage Society will present “Pioneer Days” from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday and Saturday at Heritage House located at 400 FM 356 South in Onalaska. Friday is for group reservations only, but Saturday is open to the public.
Enjoy a hands-on learning experience with elements of local heritage. Events will include hoop dancing by Lyndon Alec, live music by local talent, canning, washing by hand, making soap, butter churning, making homemade biscuits, quilting, crafts, letters to Santa and lots more.
Special guests include the Lake Livingston State Park Rangers and the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe of Texas Forest Fire Service. There will also be displays from the Polk County Memorial Museum, information about the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe of Texas and so much more. Firetruck rides will be available both days and wagon rides only on Friday from 1-4 p.m. pulled by special mules Willie and Waylon.
For additional information contact Kathy Lott at 936-433-2710.
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