Saturday on East Main Street from 10 a.m.to 5 p.m.
New additions to the festival include live music and a beer garden featuring a brand-new history beer. The museum will also bring back many favorites including a hay wagon to transport families from downtown to the museum’s old location and back. The museum will offer more than 25 children’s activities including a petting zoo and arts and crafters.
The Jared Stout Band will play from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. Other musicians scheduled to perform throughout the day are John and Kathie Hollandsworth, Douglas Connor, American Roots, and Leslie Brooks. Pizza, snacks, and drinks will be served throughout the day.
In partnership with Iron Tree Brewing Co., the museum will debut a brand-new beer, L&M Rifle Ale, the name inspired by the Lewis-McHenry Duel fought in Christiansburg in 1808.
Street vendors will be selling or demonstrating their crafts which include hand-made jewelry, home and bath goods, weaving, woodworking, folk art, bee keeping, letter press, and more. A complete list of vendors is available at https://montgomerymuseum.org/events/heritage-day/.
The museum will be open all day and will hold a silent auction with over 80 items in the recently
opened facility at 4 East Main St. Visitors are encouraged to stop by the museum’s new location
on the town square to participate in the silent auction and view the art and history exhibits.