Have you ever found yourself making dinner or doing your chores, only to wonder how people from long ago did the same tasks? We, for one, are glad that we can just pick up butter at the store instead of churning it ourselves! Still, it’s interesting to know how life used to be. If you want to explore the olden days—and then go home to modern technology—you can visit Annual Pioneer Day at Loachapoka 2020 on October 24.
What is the Annual Pioneer Day at Loachapoka?
Pioneer Day at Loachapoka is a yearly event—and Annual Pioneer Day at Loachapoka 2020 is the latest incarnation. It’s an event that allows you to walk through the past, and see how folks lived back in the time of the pioneers.
The event used to be called “Syrup Sopping,” because people did—and still do—demonstrate the syrup-making process there. They’ll also show you other cool creation processes! Get ready to see soapmaking, breadmaking, genuine old-fashioned cooking, and more.
What else can I do at Annual Pioneer Day at Loachapoka?
Food. Crafts. Souvenirs. If you like even one of these things, you’ll find something fun to do at Annual Pioneer Day at Loachapoka 2020. The event promises to have:
- Vendors selling crafts, food, souvenirs, and more;
- Delicious food for sale, like their sweet potato biscuits, BBQ, and camp stew;
- Tours of a log cabin and the Trade Center Museum;
- Children’s activities;
- Live demonstrations, dances, and music;
- And more.
Mark Annual Pioneer Day at Loachapoka 2020 down onto your calendars for October 24, from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. You can find it at Loachapoka Pioneer Park on 6500 Stage Road. As for ticket prices, this fun event is completely free for everyone! Have fun and be safe!
Quick Safety Reminders
Speaking of being safe, we have a few helpful reminders. Please, remember to wear a mask at this event. You should also listen to all state laws, posted signage, and employee directions. Remain six feet or further from those not in your household throughout your visit. Finally, consider bringing hand sanitizer with you. Thank you for taking care of your community!
Soap has been a big topic lately—and you can see how it’s made at the Annual Pioneer Day at Loachapoka 2020. You can also eat delicious food, pick up gifts, and listen to beautiful music! If you decide to visit, we hope you enjoy your time at this fun fall fest.
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