On SaturdayJune 20, 2015
The Civil War and Folk Life in San Bois County.
San Bois County was a political sub-division of the Choctaw Nation in pre-statehood days and we will commemorate the many military actions which took place in the area during the 1861-65 time-period.
The folk life of the common people in the entire pre-WWII time period will be celebrated.
10:00 am - Gates open
Tours of the facility (walk/ride)
Displays of Folk Art/Artifacts
Civil War Artifacts
11:00 am - Bonnie & Clyde Performance
1:00 pm - Grand Ceremony
Choctaw Nation Color Guard
2:00 pm - Choctaw Nation Dancers
3:00 pm - Old West Gun Fighters
7:00 pm - Church Services (open air or brush arbor)
8:00 pm - Sing-along, Story Telling, Weenie Roast/'til the fire go's out
All are encouraged to dress (pre-WWII) period.
Free surrey rides will be given to the best dressed.
For any artisans wishing to be a part of the festival, just get in touch and tell us your ideas.
Booth space is free.
Planning is taking place on a daily basis and much more may be added before the event.