The Laurens County Trails Association will be teaming with the Joe R. Adair Outdoor Education Center to host a hands-on Pioneer Living History tour of the center's recently restored 200 year old log cabin that had been damaged by fire. Our community is so thankful to have this historical treasure open for educational programs again! Tuesday, March 15, 2016 the Chief Interpreter for the National Park System"s upstate parks; Kings Mountain, Cowpens and Ninety-Six will be bringing staff interpreters in for the celebration from 1pm to 3pm. Some of our Laurens County re-enactors will be giving the demonstrations.
We would love for you to come join us. You might want to bring your camera. Give me a call if you have any questions.
Laura T. Blind
Forever Wild Adventures
PO Box 947 | Clinton, SC 29325
Phone | 864.872.3408
Website | www.foreverwildadventures.com
Email | firstname.lastname@example.org