Shanna Cerna May 3, 2019

Sunday, May 26 and Monday, May 27 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. visit with the artisans in the Craft Village as they create, demonstrate and sell their handcrafted works. Listen to live music performances throughout the day on the Blacksmith Stage. Enjoy a fried pie or other snacks in the newly remodeled Smokehouse or a delicious meal in the forested ambiance of the Skillet Restaurant. Make it a weekend, book a room in our Cabins at Dry Creek.

You can participate in these fun activities any time in the Craft Village –

Free with admission
• Ride the Old Time Picnic Swing pulled by our donkeys, Whiskey and Tango.
• Weave on the loom in the Fiber Arts Shop
• Sculpt clay to leave in the gallery in the Pottery Shop
• Help with Homesteading chores at the Shannon Cabin

For an added cost –
• Color dip candles in the Chandlery $4
• Make your own necklace $6 in the Jewelry Shop
• Make a cornshuck doll in the Doll Shop $3
• Make a lavender sachet in the Apothecary Shop $2
• Make a rag doll in the Quilt Shop $6
• Print your own bookmark in the Print Shop $2

The Craft Village at the Ozark Folk Center State Park is regularly open Tuesday-Saturday from 10:00 a.m.to 5:00 p.m. Evening Concerts are Thursday – Saturday. Regular admission to the Ozark Folk Center Craft Village or Concert is $12.00 for adults or $7.00 for children 6-12, children under 6 are free. A Combo ticket for Village and Concert is $19.50 for adults. Call 870-269-3851 for more information.

The Ozark Folk Center State Park is located at 1032 Park Avenue in Mountain View. Follow the signs to the Ozark Folk Center State Park, less than a mile from the Courthouse Square in downtown Mountain View. The park may also be reached by taking Hwy 5/9/14 (Sylamore Ave) to Jimmy Driftwood Parkway, which leads directly to the park entrance.