501 Life Magazine | Fall celebration set Oct. 29
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Fall celebration set Oct. 29

Old Ways From Old Days, an annual fall celebration of country culture of past times, will be held 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 29, at H & W Dime and Dollar Store, 659 Highway 225, about 8.5 miles east of Greenbrier.

The event is free and is hosted by the Centerville Community Group.

Examples of the assortment of skills and customs to be demonstrated during the event include sawing logs with a cross cut saw, antique tractors and engines, beekeeping and food preservation techniques, plus more.  Various food items and other "old days" theme items will be available for purchase.  Visitors who have an interesting object from the past to show and describe to others are invited to bring it along for all to learn about and enjoy stories of how it was used.  Also, visitors who have a "mystery" item to identify are invited to bring that item along as well.  These items could be featured in "sort-of antiques road show" area of the event.  

For more information, call 501.679.4043.