is a summer discovery camp where children can learn
about archaeology, palentology, wildlife, beekeeping, print making, native Americans and many other arts and sciecnes as well as the cultures that came together here in north Mississippi. Campers spend part of the day learning, with the help of guest craftsmen and scientists, and another part participating in hands-
on activities that allows them to create crafts that connects with what they have learned. Each camper leaves with a handmade craft and knowledge of interesting aspects of life in the past. This event is co-sponsored by Junior Auxilary of New Albany and Bank of New Albany.
Heritage Pioneer Days - September 15-16 - 2006
Every year on the third weekend in September visitors can step
back in time and participate in Heritage Pioneer Days. Activities include Mule Pulled Hay Baling, Soap Making, Boiled Peanuts, Quilting, Leather Worksing, Fur Trapping, Dulcimer Playing, Butter Churning, Spinning Thread, Dyeing with Natural Dyes and more. Friday is the day that
classes come and Saturday is open to the general public.
Students see how local history connects to the big picture and how life was lived when this area was first settled.