BAKER — The Baker Block Museum hosted the 14th annual Baker Heritage Day on Saturday at the Jeanette and Charles Henderson Heritage Park adjacent to the museum building.

The event featured vendors of handmade arts and crafts and antiques; demonstrations of skills such as blacksmithing, shingle making, woodworking, quilting, open hearth cooking and yarn spinning; music from local Gospel and bluegrass groups; and a variety of food.

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Tri-County Bee Keepers Association, Santa Rosa County Creek Indian Tribe and the Florida Public Archaeology Network were among organizations that hosted booths.

Vendors provided face painting and children’s activities, homemade ice cream, and baked and canned goods. Antique cars were on display in front of the museum, and visitors explored the Baker Block Museum and the Baker Mercantile store.

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