May 27 – 28, 2017
The festival offers Chuck Wagon food samples, musical entertainment from Rodeo Opry, family friendly activities and the Museum itself, with its indoor galleries and outdoor gardens. Children can join in numerous indoor and outdoor activities including, bandana decorating, butter making with Ag in the Classroom, rope making, leather stamping, face painting, selfie stations and much more. Additionally, Annie Oakley, husband Frank Butler and traveling sales man Dr. H.P Hedgethicket, III, Esq., “Miracle Worker Extraordinaire,” will be in attendance. This is an annual “must-do” for families looking for entertainment and activities for all ages! The Dogwood Foundation returns as presenting sponsor for the two-day fun-filled event. The Dogwood Foundation returns as the presenting sponsor for the event. Additional support is provided by Shawnee Mills, Bimbo Bakeries, American Girl®, Rodeo Opry, Granville Community Music School, and Great Plains Coca-Cola Bottling Company.
Admission purchased at the Door is $15 and free for members and children 12 & under; $10 per person for families of Last Frontier Council Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts.
Admission Purchased at the Door:
Free for children 12 & under
$10 for families of Frontier Council Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts
Free for Museum members!