October 26 @ 9:00 am - 2:00 pmFree
Nostalgic thoughts of fall typically bring to mind the bite of crisp, cool air and the lovely array of leaves changing color. At Heritage House Museum however, it’s all about sorghum! In keeping with the museum’s ongoing effort to preserve the history of Montgomery County, the ole times custom of making sorghum was reintroduced in 2010 and has become an annual event generally held on the last Saturday of October. This year’s Sorghum Festival will be held on Saturday, October 26th. Be sure and mark your calendar now for this delightful event!
There are demonstrations of various types of old equipment thanks to the commendable work force of volunteers, as visitors glamor for samples of sorghum cookies and freshly baked biscuits, buttered and topped with sorghum. This annual Sorghum Festival is an event that is keenly anticipated and attended by folks from near and far!