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Syrup Soppin' Day  at Pioneer Park

Syrup Soppin' Day at Pioneer Park

Oct 22nd 20227am-4pm

Syrup Soppin' Day at Pioneer Park will be held on Saturday, October 22, 2022 from 7 a.m. until 4 p.m. in Loachapoka (just 5 miles west of Auburn). This event has been in the same location for the past 30+ years! The 9-hour festival features weaving and cloth-making demonstrations, mules grinding cane, syrup being made, musical entertainment with hammered and mountain dulcimers, banjos and guitars, a doctor’s beautiful herb and crops garden, Native American dancing, bread making, soap making, period pottery, fireplace and outdoor cooking, and numerous other old-time crafts and unique vendors. Of course, the famous sweet potato biscuits are made on-site for your enjoyment as well as camp stew, beans, collards, BBQ, and more. There will be plenty of activities for children as well. Tour the two-story 140 year old Trade Center Museum, watch the blacksmiths at work, visit the Log Cabin, and the Taylor Whatley agricultural implement collection. Admission is free to all, so come out and enjoy the fall weather at Syrup Soppin' Day. For more information, visit www.leecountyhistoricalsociety.org or call 334.887.3007.

    Syrup Soppin' Day  at Pioneer Park

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    Pioneer Park
    • 6500 Stage Road
    • Loachapoka, AL 36865


    Pioneer Park---5 miles west of Auburn on Hwy 14 in Loachapoka


    Loachapoka is located in the Tuskegee & Phenix City Area of the South Alabama Region

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