A fun outdoor event for the family!!
Started in 2017, to commemorate Alabama’s Bicentennial, the fair has become a favorite of many vendors who bring all sorts of interesting items in quilting, crocheting, Applica, embroidery, weaving, woodworking, hand carvings, whittling, metal work, glassblowing, pottery, artwork, jewelry, and gifts of all kinds. Many vendors will be demonstrating the making of soap, candles, churning butter, and other pioneer methods.
Musicians will perform periodically during both days. The Hall of History Museum will serve delicious food such as hot dogs cooked on the grill, pork and chicken sliders provided by Bob Sykes Bar-B-Que, freshly made baked beans, chips, and homemade deserts of chocolate bars, oatmeal cookies, and cakes all carefully packaged for this event.