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Caddo member Chase Kahwinhut Earles demonstrates how he makes his traditional Caddo pottery and discusses the different aspects of finding and processing clay, hand coiling pottery, and how he does his ancestral style pitfiring. Within this demonstration, Chase will also go over how he engraves his designs and some of the meanings behind them. Participants will create their own coil pots to be fired and returned at a later date. Limit 20
Space is limited so call 936-858-3221 to register today.
Experience history firsthand at the Historic Skills Fair at the Durst-Taylor Historic House and Gardens.
When: Saturday, November 4th, 10am-12pm
Where: Durst-Taylor House 304 North St.
Nacogdoches Historic Sites invites you to observe demonstrations of historic skills you might see on an 1800s farmstead. We will have demonstrations of the blacksmith shop, the sugar cane mill, 1800s music, and historic crafts for children to make.
This event is free and great for all ages!
Street festival with food and retail vendors, bounce houses, music and dance performances
Live music at the Fredonia Brewery in Downtown Nacogdoches every weekend! Pets and kids welcome!
Food trucks and Rebellion Pizza available!
Join us downtown for a colorful cultural event that has become a Nacogdoches tradition! Expect excellent music, dance, food, drink, and lots of vendors.