Demonstrations of various traditional farm-life activities will be held throughout the year at the Tobacco Farm Life Museum in Kenly and will be held on-site on the Saturdays listed below from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. through Dec. 1.
“This year’s series will be once a month and will allow the museum to open up its ground for event rentals and other programs that take place through the year,” said Worthington. “It is important to know our history and how our community and culture has changed and we hope this series of traditional arts, crafts, trades and practices helps us understand and connect with our past.”
Programs remaining on the schedule include: Working the Land: Antique tractor displays/farmer appr-eciation on March 10; Capturing Our Past: Painting Class April 14; 35th Anniversary Celebration on May 12 and Johnston County Endless Yard Sale on June 15-16.
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