The Oklahoma History Center will host the Oklahoma Farm-to-Table Family Festival on Saturday, March 23, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Visitors will experience the rich agricultural heritage of America from colonial times to modern day innovations with hands-on activities and freshly cooked food. There will be more than 20 exhibitors and vendors on hand to engage visitors and provide free, hands-on activities. Samples of healthy snacks, Dutch oven cooking, chuck wagon cooking, and wholesome products from a local farmer’s market will be offered. Livestock, including milk cows, oxen, and ducks, will be roaming the grounds. Also present will be the legendary draft horses from the Pawnee Bill Ranch and Museum, an Oklahoma Historical Society site.
A number of craft activities and instructional presentations also will be part of this premiere Farm-to-Table Family Festival. The Tower Gardeners will present a compact aeroponic gardening system that shortens the distance from farm to table to a few steps. Hunter’s Home, an Oklahoma Historical Society living history site, will offer demonstrations on woodworking with a lathe. While enjoying the festival, attendees are encouraged to visit all of the galleries inside the History Center.
If you would like to be one of our festival vendors, please complete the online application.