Keepers of the Old Ways - BLOUNTSTOWN Florida Prepper Show
This event is located at the Panhandle Pioneer Settlement. We are a living history museum that teaches and demonstrates how life was in the old days. We put this event together with that in mind. This is a two day event packed full of vendors, demonstrators, and classes. Classes may require additional fees.
This event is focused on teaching the community on how to live a simpler more self-sustainable life and give you the skills to be prepared for any kind of disaster man-made or natural we will have classes like cheese making, soap making, rabbits from hutch to table, backyard homesteading 101, campfire cooking (wood, gas, solar), horse/mule plowing lessons, and farrier skills just to name a few of the many classes. Come join us and hang out with like-minded people.
The campfire cooking classes will have an additional $20 entry fee & Old Fashioned Wood Stove Biscuit Making Classes will have an additional $5 entry fee.
Tickets can be purchased in advance at the https://panhandlepioneer.org/store/ols/products/ website. Keep your receipt for entrance into the event.
January 28, 2022 to January 29, 2022
Day 1: 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Day 2: 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Panhandle Pioneer Settlement Inc
17869 NW PIONEER SETTLEMENT RD
BLOUNTSTOWN, Florida 32424-4855
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Contact: Panhandle Panhandle Pioneer Settlement
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Why vendors should come:
The Panhandle Pioneer Settlement is offering this event to support historical education and classes to bring education of the history of how pioneers lived, the houses they lived in, and how the pioneers survived and provided for their families over 100 years ago. The Settlement will implement, “Historical and Educational classes for Hands-On Life Skills,” a deep dive into history with practical experience offering classes to teach self-sustaining survival skills for all ages. The event’s focus is on providing a new self-sustainable skill set. This event will help to address issues from situations such as pandemics or disasters that have left families without typical recourses. This is especially evident during the Michael Hurricane disaster and Covid pandemics; when there was no electricity for several weeks and/or months and also the store food and supplies shortages and where there was limited access. The knowledge received from the event will continue to be useful years to come.
Our expected attendance:
The Panhandle Pioneer Settlement is expecting around 1,000 people for this event. This count is based on historical data.
Here's how we plan on getting the right people in the door:
The Panhandle Pioneer Settlement will utilize newspapers for the surrounding counties, social media, radio announcements, newsletters, and flyers for promoting and advertising for the event.
Our experience with shows:
The Panhandle Pioneer Settlement has over 20 of experience running festivals and events.
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