Florida history and folk culture come ALIVE as we relive pioneer times through demonstrations of backwoods life-ways, early industry and trades, folk and domestic arts, and the dynamic cultural mix of people who have lived and settled throughout Central Florida.
Also called the "Barberville" Jamboree and one of the best-known and longest-lived heritage festivals in Florida, featuring:
-More than 100 historical demonstrators, re-enactors, artisans and trades people from around the state
-Continuous performances by 150 Florida musicians on 6 stages
-Juried arts and crafts show
- Historical exhibits, storytelling and hands-on children's activities
-Children's art show and awards
-Florida "Cracker" style foods such as Swamp Cabbage, BBQ, and a Corn Boil
Adult Admission is $8 Child Admission is $5 Children 6 and under are free.
This event takes place on both Saturday and Sunday, November 2 & 3
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