Exhibit Hall " what’s cookin"



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FRIDAY, JUNE 17

TIME

MAIN STAGE

WORKSHOPS

Civic Center

Exhibit Hall


WHAT’S COOKIN”

Stage Demonstrations

At the Brush Arbor


CIVIC CENTER-INSIDE

CIVIC CENTER-OUTSIDE

9AM –7 PM










Bread making (including biscuits and cornbread) and butter churning

throughout!

10 AM

Sourdough Bread

Baking Powder Biscuits

Fresh Butter

Crock-Pot Pear Butter


Exhibits: Current River Heritage Museum - Mezzanine
Quilt Show –Southern Belle Grandmothers –

Sponsored by Gammill Quilting Systems, Inc.

Magnolia Room
Hutton Valley Quilters – Mezzanine



Ozark Mountain Long Rifles - 1890’s Encampment -Blacksmiths, muzzleloaders
Country Heritage Spinners & Weavers
Candle making, leatherwork, tin smith, rugmaker. Oak basketmaker, mandolin maker, Native American beads, Jonboat maker
The Journey” – Butterfield Stage

Children’s activities

with Cowboy Rick


11:00 – 12:00


Emily Dowden-Estes




Beans & Cornbread

Leslie Collins, Gainesville









12:00 – 1:00




Southern Missouri String Band



Squirrel Pot Pie – As seen on Travel Channel/ “No Reservations”

Judy Harden








1:00 – 2:00




Hybrid Sound

Emily Dowden-Estes -clawhammer banjo


Chocolate Mayonnaise Cake

Melissa Harden & Scott Weigand, West Plains



Strawberry Rhubarb Pie

Susan Cordell - ragtime piano compositions by James Scott (Theater)



2:00 – 3:00




Mammoth Spring String Band




Making Goat Cheese

Goat Producers of the Ozarks








3:00 – 4:00




Julie Henigan

Hybrid Sound - artistry in songwriting


Kids in the Kitchen

MU Extension –Nutrition

Programs

Nina Kimball & Wanda Bowman







Tug of War with “The Journey” team of horses

4:00 – 5:00




Judy Domeny

Bowen

The Mammoth Spring String Band - tips for beginning musicians, especially the young and young-at-heart


Groundhog at its Best


5:00 – 6:00



Friends of Karen Kraft”



A Tribute








Tug of War with “The Journey” team of horses

Simple Pleasures from the Past”



Children’s Activities

5 – 7 PM


Grass on Curry St. & E. Main

6:00 – 7:00



Don Buedel and Joanne Long












7:00 – 8:00












Fiddlers’ Frolic

(Theater)


Old Time Square Dance 7 - 10 p.m. (Exhibit Hall)


Pride of the Ozarks

Goat Club

Goat Cart Races

(S.E. parking lot)


8:00



Junior Brown













  • SATURDAY, JUNE 18

TIME

MAIN STAGE

WORKSHOPS

Civic Center

Exhibit Hall


WHAT’S COOKIN”

Stage Demonstrations

At the Brush Arbor


CIVIC CENTER-INSIDE

CIVIC CENTER-

OUTSIDE

9AM –7 PM









Doughnuts

Bill & Judy Harden

(9 AM)
Bread making (including biscuits and cornbread) and butter churning throughout!



Exhibits: Current River Heritage Museum

Mezzanine


Quilt Show –

Southern Belle Grandmothers

Sponsored by Gammill Quilting Systems, Inc.

Magnolia Room
Hutton Valley Quilters – Mezzanine



Ozark Mountain Long Rifles 1890’s Encampment

Blacksmiths, muzzleloaders


Country Heritage Spinners & Weavers

Candle making,

leatherwork, tin smith, rugmaker, oak basketmaker, mandolin maker, Native American beads, Jonboat maker
The Journey”

Butterfield Stage

Children’s activities

with Cowboy Rick

Live broadcast of KKDY“Just for Kids Radio Round-up”

9 – 10 AM


10:00 – 11:00




Colbert Brothers

Ed McKinney - accompanimental guitar with traditional fiddlers – guests TBA 


Pork Tenderloin

Stuffed with homemade cherry glaze

Ron Adkisson, West Plains







11:00 – 12:00





Old Pops and the Daisies

Don Buedel - traditional fiddling and fiddlers in Howell County, MO past and present - guests TBA


Fried Squirrel

Squirrel Hunting Stories

Squirrel Skinning

Gordon Shinn, Thayer, MO








Mule Jump

Demonstration

12:00 – 1:00




Long Holler Road

Joanne Long - style and technique in fiddling Ozarks

Fried Venison w/Biscuits

& Gravy – Kenny Baker

Assisted by Mary Jo Baker

West Plains







1:00 – 2:00




Rachel Mayanovic





Wild Boar Chili

Chip Kelman, West Plains







Tug of War with “The Journey” team of horses

2:00 – 3:00




Swift Kick

Long Holler Road traditional vocal arranging and improvisational harmony singing


Rabbit Stew Oven Style

Martin Malkowski

Willow Springs, MO


2:30 Jig Dance Competition

(Theater)

Sponsored by

The Fish Shack





3:00 – 4:00




Bona Fide String Band


Dennis Stroughmatt - French-American fiddling traditions of eastern Mo.

Dutch Oven Presentations

In Memory of Daniel Grogan

Harry McKee, Kevin Smith & John Murrell




3:00 Mule Jump



Competition

Sponsored by

Hirsch Feed & Farm

4:00 – 5:00



Fiddlin’ Banjo Billy Mathews




We will stay till it’s done




Tug of War with “The Journey” team of horses

5:00 – 6:00



Dennis Stroughmatt & Creole Spirit










Simple Pleasures from the Past”

Children’s Activities

5 – 7 PM


Grass on Curry St. & E. Main

6:00 – 7:00



Blackberry Winter












7:00 – 8:00












Old Time Square Dance 7 - 10 p.m. (Exhibit Hall)



8:00


Leona & Ron Williams














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