If you enjoy stepping back to a simpler time, the Farm Fest & Quilt Show at the Pioneer Florida Museum & Village was probably your kind of gathering.
Quilters showed off their works and draft horses demonstrated their strength during the event, which featured an array of activities designed to appeal to people of all ages.
Event-goers could peruse quilts made by local quilters, pick up some quilting supplies, or have their quilts appraised, for a fee, by Brenda Grampsas throughout the day.
There were opportunities to watch cane grinding and syrup making, check out some antique cars and take part in various children’s activities. There was live entertainment, too.
The draft horse pull competition drew a crowd.
Those attending were invited to bring their lawn chairs, to grab a pulled pork dinner or sandwich from the concession stand and to find themselves a spot to watch the mighty horses compete.