A Fun-Filled Family Event full of Historic and Cultural Activities!
When: November 18, 2017 ~ 10am to 4pm
Where: Cotton Hall Plantation, Yemassee, SC
The fair will feature activities highlighting aspects of the unique culture and heritage of the South Carolina Lowcountry and its historic underpinnings.
The richness of our English, French, Native American, Scottish and Spanish heritage will be the focus of events, performances, and vendors featuring the arts, food, and activities characteristic of the countries of our ancestors, as well as some that are a uniquely American blend of them all. All activities and entertainment are included in the admission price.
Marsh Tacky Horse Races with the Carolina Marsh Tacky Association
- Fun Show horsemanship events
- Falconry and Weapons Demonstrations
- Flamenco Dancers and Musical Performances
- Children’s Petting Zoo
- Tours of a Colonial Sugar Cane Mill
- Living History re-enactments
Food and Drink vendors:
Lowcountry food and drink with ethnic accents will be for sale throughout the day.
The site, Cotton Hall Plantation, is 1.4 miles from the intersection of US 17 Southbound and S-78, or Cotton Hall Road, and is 4.9 miles from Interstate 95 at the Point South interchange (Exit 33). The entrance to the grounds will be off Cotton Hall Road between Old Sheldon Church Road and Route 17.