Colonial Times: A Day to Remember brings past to life

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Colonial Times: A Day to Remember is an annual event held at the Living History Park focusing on 1735-1785. A bakery, period musicians, and blacksmithing are just a few of the exhibits on display.
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Learn about life from 1735 to 1785 this weekend at Living History Park in North Augusta, 299 W. Spring Grove Ave. Colonial Times: A Day to Remember will be from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 19, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 20. Visitors to this free event will see demonstrations of weaving, woodworking, gunsmithing and candle making and a colonial herb garden. Special guests include Ben Franklin and Faire Wynds. Learn more at colonialtimes.us or call (803) 979-9776.

Elijah Boesche watches as his son Daniel Boesche, then 2, of Statesboro, Ga., plays a drum with a Colonial reenactor named Luke the Storyteller at the 2012 Colonial Times: A Day to Remember at the Living History Park in North Augusta.   EMILY ROSE BENNETT/STAFF
EMILY ROSE BENNETT/STAFF
Elijah Boesche watches as his son Daniel Boesche, then 2, of Statesboro, Ga., plays a drum with a Colonial reenactor named Luke the Storyteller at the 2012 Colonial Times: A Day to Remember at the Living History Park in North Augusta.
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waldero 10/19/13 - 03:44 am
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city problem

CityofNorthAugusta needs parking lot at this park, people park anywhere they can wedge into; blocking traffic.

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