Vicki Abels, left, and Mardel Brockett, right, took turns churning butter by hand at the Pioneer Craft Fair on Sunday morning on the Grundy County Heritage Museum Grounds. Once the butter was fully churned, event attendees had the opportunity to try it.
Several individuals got into the spirit of the Pioneer Craft Fair on Sunday by dressing up in pioneer era clothing. Back row, from left to right, Jessica Wilson, Dally Nicolas and Rainbow Wilson. Front row, from left to right, Kayle Kauffman and Piper Wilson. Jessica showed off her handmade quilts at the fair, and they were available for purchase.
The Pioneer Craft Fair hosted many different events and attractions on Sunday, and event goers had the opportunity to browse the many different products available for purchase too.
A face painting station was set up at the Pioneer Craft Fair on Sunday, and kids took full advantage of it.
Several different animals were available for attendees to mingle with at the Pioneer Craft Fair on Sunday and one man got some special attention from a camel.
Nile Dielschneider demonstrated the tools that would have been used to build a barn back in the day at the Pioneer Craft Fair Sunday morning. This included an old fashioned carpenters square, pictured, and many other antique tools.
Nile Dielschneider explained the finer points of pioneer days woodworking to interested onlookers at the Pioneer Craft Fair Sunday morning.