Since 1976 the Rugby Volunteer Rescue Squad and Fire Department, Inc. and Grayson Highlands State Park have entertained tens of thousands of people each year with their live exhibits of Appalachian culture. Step back into a simple age when horses and mules ground cane into juice to be boiled into sorghum or molasses; when apple cider was the soft drink of the time; when fresh apples were cooked in a copper kettle over an open fire all day long to render apple butter; when Saturday night was reserved for fiddling; and making music with the neighbors. Such was the lifestyle of the early Appalachian pioneers.
• Pony sale - Saturday at 2 p.m.
• Molasses, apple butter, cider and other demonstrations on both days
• Fine handmade crafts from near and far for sale and show
• Children’s corner - games and crafts
Music Lineup 2014
Played from 10 am until 5 pm both days
Changing Lanes, The Moretz Family, Fox Creek Ramblers, The Old Time Way, True Grass, Heaven Bound, Wayne C Henderson & Friends, The Blevins Family, Flat Ridge Opry, Claude Watson, Bob Taylor & the Buck Mtn Band, Liberty Hill Gospel Band, Gospel Plow Boys, Jessie Finley & the Dry Fork Ramblers, and Nathan Wagner
Last Updated: 12/10/2013 3:24 PM