Saturday's Baker Heritage Day offers food, music and history demos

Published: Wednesday, October 30, 2013 at 03:04 PM.

History to take home

For the second year, the heritage association will sell its "Lost North Okaloosa Calendar," featuring vintage photos of lost landmarks including schools, churches and stores.

Both volumes of "The Heritage of Okaloosa County" and other local history and heritage books will be available.

Local produce and baked goods will be for sale. Activities include colonial games, pony rides and a petting zoo, Spann said. Live music includes local gospel, folk, bluegrass and country artists.

Regional American Indian groups will share their tribes' traditions. History booths also include representatives from Laurel Hill and the Walton County Heritage Society.

Historians and archeologists will staff two archeology booths to address attendees’ questions, Spann said.

"People can bring artifacts and have them identified," she said.

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