The Historic Seminole participants included: the Public History Center; the Rural Heritage Center; the Oviedo Preservation Project; the Princess Theater; the Sanford Museum and the Goldenrod Historical Museum.
The Princess Theater just got in their new T-shirts for their new Florida folk life play, “Made – Not Bought’, which starts Friday, Oct. 19 and continues through Sunday, Nov. 4.
The biggest turnouts were at the Rural Heritage Center and the Sanford Museum. The Rural Heritage Center featured entertainment all day long as well as arts and crafts vendors.
The Sanford Museum was celebrating the City of Sanford’s 135th birthday.
As part of the birthday celebration, the Sanford Museum also featured several local authors: Jim Robison with his book “Along the Wekiva River;” Valada Parker Flewellyn with her book “African Americans of Sanford;” Judge Fredric Hitt with his Timucuan trilogy, “Wekiva Winter,” “Beyond the River of the Sun”’ and “The Last Timucuan;” Edgar L’Heureux with “The Morning of Joy” and “The Cry of the Hawk;” W.B. Park with his children’s books “Charlie-Bob’s Fan,” “Bakery Business,” “Far Off the Leash” and “City Heat;” Charles L. Bose with “A Floating City” and “Firehouse Antics” (about the Sanford Fire Department); Beverly Baird Boothe with “Jacob’s Tears” and Betty Best with “Don’t Call Me Poor.”