The Cayce Historical Museum announces details for the Congaree Heritage Day of Unity
CAYCE, SC –The City of Cayce and the Cayce Historical Museum announces details for the Congaree Heritage Day of Unity.
On October 13th from 10 AM until 4 PM, Heritage Day will be held at the Cayce Historical Museum, located at 1800 12th Street, behind Cayce City Hall. The free, fun family-friendly event will feature speakers and reenactments from Native Americans as well as the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, WWI and WWII.
In addition to reenactments, the day will also include a traditional “Candy Dance” for children, nearly 8000 arrowheads, bagpipes, basket weavers, Native American face painting, flint napping and the planting of the unity tree. Food will also be served and local vendors will be highlighted throughout the day! Local Boy Scouts, Troop 339, will be selling popcorn and parking cars.
Schedule of Presentations
10:30 AM – Roy Pathwalker – Cherokee Paths
11:00 AM – Randy Longbow – Native American Hunting
12:30 PM – Rev. Ed Wilkes – Bagpipes
1:00 PM – Dean Hunt – Stone Petroglyphs
1:30 PM – D.C. Locke – Native American support of the Confederate Nation
2:00 PM – Mike Ironhorse – Kid’s Candy Dance
2:30 PM – Ann Black – Pee Dee Cherokee
3:00 PM – Paul Young – Flint Napping
4:00 PM – Planting of the Cedar “Unity Tree”
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