It's that time again, and LSU's Rural Life Museum comes to life as it was in the 1800's in Louisiana.
Here's a clip from the webpage:"Costumed re-enactors and artisans will perform various activities such as: candle making, soap making by Julia Hooker, blacksmithing by Karl Nettles, Rosary crafting by Elaine Bourque, textiles by Linda Hall, doll making by Monique Metrailer, and much more. .....
as we grow older we seem to forget what is was like growing up during much simpler times as in our youth. Smell the freshly cut greenery, from smilax vines, Ponderosa Pines and of course experience what's cooking in the period open hearth kitchen. A slice of gingerbread anyone?"
There will be gospel singing, wagon rides, food, and all will be capped off by an evening bonfire. You won't want to miss this year's activity.
Sunday, December 6, 2009 from 8:30 am until 6:00pm.
Interview by The Advocate, WBRZ News 2: Rural Life Christmas Video