The Twin Pines Conservation Education Center is celebrating Heritage Day and the public is invited. This is a one day only event, so be sure to mark your calendar. All ages can come.
What Is Happening?
Twin Pines Conservation Education Center is celebrating Heritage Day. They will have live demonstrations that illustrate traditions of the Ozarks. Included in this will be basket and rug weaving, spinning, archery, quilting, and more. There will be a free fish fry, also.
Where Is This?
All of this fun is happening at the Twin Pines Conservation Education Center. Twin Pines is located on Highway 60, only 1 mile east of Winona, Missouri.
When Is This?
This event is only one day: Saturday, April 2. The fun activities happen between 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.
The fish fry begins at 11:00 a.m. and continues while supplies lasts. Event admission along with the fish fry is FREE. Twin Pines will supply shuttle service in Winona. For those needing additional information, please call 573-325-1381. This is expected to be a fun family event.