Ravell Call, Deseret News
PINE VALLEY, Washington County — People are invited to the Pine Valley Heritage Center at 100 E. Main., to experience a day of heritage events.
The Dixie National Forest, Dixie Arizona Strip Interpretive Association and the Town of Pine Valley are partnering to celebrate Pine Valley Heritage Day on Saturday, July 27.
Forest Service employees, volunteers from the interpretive association and local communities will be on hand to demonstrate old-fashioned crafts such as spinning, weaving, candle making and quilting.
Other events include wagon rides, the teaching of traditional outdoor skills such as cross-cut saws, working with pack mules and mountain man demonstrations.
People can also enjoy music and food during the event, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
For more information, contact the Pine Valley Ranger District at 435-652-3100 or Dixie Arizona Strip Interpretive Association at 435-688-3275.
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