The Pioneer Heritage Center on the campus of LSUS has the annual Pioneer Day on Sat, Oct 13, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The cost is $2. Children under age five are free. All seven historic buildings will be open for viewing, says LSUS.
Pioneer Day began in 1996 as an independent study project to educate and inform the community about the Pioneer Heritage Center.
Demonstrations for this year’s event include blacksmithing quilting spinning arrowhead making/flint knapping wood carving soap making.
318-797-5339 Marty Young, director of the Center at email@example.com.