The “Growing Kentucky: Agricultural Exhibitions and Conversations” showcase has been rescheduled for 9 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday, March 23, at The Bluegrass Heritage Museum at no cost.
The exhibit will be presented by the museum along with the Winchester-Clark County Farmers Market.
Claire Sipple will be teaching an introduction to early agriculture. The showcase also will feature a moonshine still, woodworking, antique tools, honey bees, spinning and soap-making. There will also be representatives speaking about hemp and early cash crops, such as corn and tobacco.
The showcase will also have a strong emphasis on Native American life and the early life in Kentucky and Clark County.
The museum is located at 217 S. Main St. Refreshments will be provided. While there is no admission charge, donations are appreciated.