The historic cabins will come alive from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. with interpreters dressed in clothing of the era and located in each cabin and share unique perspectives on local history.
Local artist Gary Keimig will be creating a quick draw painting. The results of his efforts will be sold at a silent auction with bidding closing at 2 p.m.. Tom Lucas, another well known local artist, will be demonstrating the art of flint knapping. The items he makes on site may be purchased.
All-day musical entertainment will be featured. Traditional homestead stew, fry bread, hot dogs and lemonade will be served free of charge from 11 a.m. 2 p.m. Any donations will be appreciated. Locally made breads, jams, cookies and pies will be sold at the bake sale. Home-baked goods will be sold until the last item is gone. Anyone wanting to donate baked goods may bring them to the museum on Friday, July 17 or Saturday morning by 9:30 a.m.
Call the museum at 307-455-2284 for more information.