Festival Brings Yesteryear To Life
31ST CANE HILL HARVEST FESTIVAL Sept. 17-18, 2017
Watch, listen and learn all about yesteryear’s lifestyle. Enjoy live music, food, arts & crafts, a kids’ zone and see how molasses, lye soap and hominy are made. Visit this year’s Cane Hill Harvest Festival, held on the grounds of the historic Cane Hill College, located just off Highway 45 in the beautiful Ozark Mountains.
Ozark Gospel Jubilee Band performs at the 30th annual Cane Hill Harvest Festival. Members include Dee Bartholomew, left, and Ken Harvey. Bill Page of Van Buren talks to Angela Gaines of Prairie Grove about his mule, Levi. Page grew up in Morrow and brings a mule each year to power the mill to crush sugar cane plants. Edwin Cox stokes the fire to cook sugar cane to make sorghum molasses. Demonstrations of how sorghum molasses is made is one of the popular spots at the Cane Hill Harvest Festival.
Canaan Duncan (left) and Jerry Bigfeather, both of Stilwell, Okla., entertain visitors to the Historic Cane Hill Museum.