The 28th Annual Heritage Day will be Sunday October 8 from noon until 4 p.m. at McArthur-Burney Falls State Park. The event, which offers a personal journey into frontier life in the 1800’s, is one of the premiere events of the year for the Intermountain area. Entrance to the park and parking are free for this event.
There will be fifteen different hands-on stations with activities such as pine bough doll-making, candle-making, bread-working, rope-making, blacksmithing, bead-working, ax-throwing, tug-of war. There will also historical displays of vintage guns and tools and other aspects of pioneer life. This year will also feature wagon rides pulled by draft horses.
Local bluegrass and country musicians will provide old-time music throughout the afternoon.
In addition to cider, fresh-pressed on site, and goodies from a Dutch oven, the Lions Club will be serving food.
And of course, it is also a chance to spend a beautiful afternoon outdoors in the woods and enjoy the beauty of Burney Falls.
Heritage Day is sponsored by The event is sponsored by the McArthur-Burney Falls Interpretive Association in Partnership with CAL PARKS. Lots of local volunteers pitch in each year to make it a success. Some of the organizations that assist are the Burney Lions Club, Rotary Club of Burney-Fall River, Boy Scouts, Leos, and Pit River Pioneers.
For more see:
Heritage Day At Burney Falls Park 2016
Four Local Volunteers Honored at Heritage Day
Heritage Day shares the past