Roll back time to the 1850s for the 2nd annual Weaverville Frontier Day from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 11, throughout downtown Weaverville.
Opening the day with ceremony, the Nor-Rel-Muk Wintu Nation invites guests to join in village life at the Highland Art Center Meadow, 691 Main St. Cedar bark tipi, furs, regalia, artifacts, drumming, weaving and skinning demonstrations, stories and Indian tacos served all day.
Many crafts activities will take place in many parts of town, including the Highland Art Center, Joss House State Historic Park, Weaverville Cemetery and Barking Mad Art Studio. Try your hand panning for gold at the Jake Jackson Museum, 780 Main St.
11 a.m. to noon: HappBee Band Fiddlers at the museum
And at the Bandstand:
Noon: Aglipay music students’ spring recital
1 to 3 p.m.: Don Hall & Friends
3 p.m.: Grand Finale with the Weaverville Community Band and Chorus
Fresh-baked pies at the Congregational Church
Noon to 3 p.m.: Clamper’s Outdoor BBQ at Tammie’s Bookstore
Indian tacos, DBQ BBQ at the Highland Art Center meadow
Check the schedule at www.frontierdaysweavervilleca.com.