March 18, 2023. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Experience life on a Wiregrass farm in the 1890s. Watch plowing with horses and mules, spring planting, arts and crafts, pottery, textile work and more. $10 for adults; $8 for seniors and military; $6 for kids; free for park members and children 2 and under. Sponsored by Houston County Farmers Federation, WOOF Radio, Wiregrass RC&D, Wiregrass Electric Cooperative, ServisFirst Bank.

Arts and Crafts Vendor Application

Food Vendor Application

Sponsor Application

What to Expect

Kids Zone 

Playground • Picnic Tables • 4H Clucks A Lot Chickens • Petting Zoo 

Outdoor Stage  

10 a.m. 1p.m., 3 p.m. Traditional Celtic music by Shamrock N Thistle 

Stokes Activity Barn 

Dining Area • Wagon Ride Pickup (At paved walkway) • Arts and Crafts Vendors 

Crowley Field 

Modern Farming Demo 

Alabama Agricultural Museum 

Artifact Display and Exhibit 

Front Field 

Antique Tractor Display • Hands on Plowing • Food Vendors 

11 a.m. Landmark Park Antique Tractor Club Meeting 

Martin Drugstore 

Ice Cream • Drinks • Candy 

Shelley General Store 

Bottled Drinks 

Browns Crossroads School 

10 a.m.-noon One Room Schoolhouse Interpretation 


Live bluegrass music by The Three C’s 

Noon Landmark Park Annual Membership Meeting 

1 p.m. Antique Tractor Parade 

Cedar Treeline Across from Gazebo 

Chuckwagon Cooking • Traveling Museum • First Aid 

Native Garden 

Spring Planting • Kids Activity 

Cotton Shed 

Blacksmithing • Woodworking • Shingle Riving • Rope Making 

Kitchen Garden 

Spring Planting 

11 a.m. Plowing with Horses and Mules 

Waddell House 

Sewing • Butter Churning • Twine bottom chair weaving • Chair Caning • Dulcimer Music • Crochet • Soap Making •Woodstove Cooking 

Watson Log Cabin 

Hearth Cooking • Wheel Pottery • Hand Pottery • Turpentine • Cross Cut Sawing • Knitting 


10 a.m., 11 a.m., 12 p.m., 1 p.m., 2 p.m., 3 p.m. Sheep Shearing 

Interpretive Center 

Gift Shop • Longleaf Pine Exhibit with Live Reptiles • Beekeeping Demo 

10 a.m. Beekeeping Class 

10 a.m., 12 p.m., 2 p.m. Live Planetarium Shows ($3 per person, free for members) 

11 a.m., 1 p.m., 3 p.m., Full Dome Planetarium Movie ($3 per person, free for members) 

Confirmed Food Vendors
Kona Ice: Shaved Ice

Bread for Life: Shrimp and grits; loaded chicken or steak nachos; grilled chicken, steak or shrimp wrap; Swiss mushroom burger; Georgia dog with peppers and onions.

Dothan Civitan Club: Funnel cakes, soda, water, cotton candy

Wilson Concessions: Nachos with cheese, beef hot dogs, popcorn, cotton candy, candy apples, lemonade, tea, water, soda

Catering Queens: Steak and chicken egg rolls, cajun and buffalo fries, pizza fries, pizza grilled cheese, funnel cake, fried Oreos, elephant ears, chicken tenders, hamburgers, chilidogs

Smith Brothers: Roasted corn

J’s Shack: Philly, fries, wings

Confirmed Arts and Crafts Vendors and Information Booths
Diane Young: Paintings, bowl cozies, gnomes, crocheted items

Brad Snellgrove: Birdhouses, painted glass

D’s Bird Nests: Birdhouses, pet bowls, bird feeders

Lillie’s Candles: Natural soy candles and wax melts

A Full Pantry: Heirloom seed starts

A3 Farm and Creations: Over the collar and tie on pet bandanas, dog collars and leashes, bow ties, treat jars, key chains, home decor

DH Wood Creations: Handmade wood crafts

Drywater’s Doodads: Farm animal related jewelry, key chains, pins

The Candle Lady: Candles

Carol Griffin: handmade wreaths

Layton and Linda Horne: Homemade jelly

John Beeson: Paintings

DAR: information on membership

The Nest Homeschool Pod: information on homeschool opportunities

Landmark Park: Join our vintage baseball team!

Wiregrass RC&D: Info on programming through RC&D