More than 600 children and their teachers are scheduled to visit the Depot Museum for its Annual Heritage Folk Art Day. This educational experience was created as part of the Folk Art Preservation Project. The folk art selected each year are designed to enhance the students' curriculum by allowing the youth to see, first hand, skills used by our forefathers. Southwest Dairy Farmers give a presentation on "Milk, from Cows to Kids". Featured skills demonstrated are spinning, weaving, printing with old printing press, rope making, corn shelling, broom making, dulcimer music and even a ride on the carousel.
This event is held in May and is by reservation only.