Fes­ti­val Brings Yesteryear To Life

Washington County Enterprise-Leader - - CANE HILL HARVEST FESTIVAL -

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.

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