Ever wondered what life was like living alongside South Chickamauga Creek in the 1800s? Audubon Acres’ annual Walker Farm Pioneer Days festival is here to give the kiddos and their families an inside look.
From Tuesday, Nov. 14 through Saturday, Nov. 18, the 130-acre grounds will host 25 different hands-on activities for elementary schoolers. You’ll get a chance to see blacksmiths, candlemakers, butter churning, corn shelling, basket weaving, and cider making — to name a few.
Bonus: The Spring Frog Cabin (birthplace of founder of Audubon Acres Robert Sparks Walker) will be open for tours.
Note: Tickets are going fast if you aren’t associated with a school — get them for Saturday’s date while you can.