October 17th and 18th, 2020
Over 200 vendors of hand made crafts in Drake Harbor set up for the weekend in huge tents, on the asphalt, and on the lawn in front of the amphitheater. The Warsaw Chamber of Commerce provides golf carts to shuttle guests to and from Drake Harbor, so it’s easy to leave the festival loaded down with goodies. The food vendors includ “The Gator Wagon”, “Walking Tacos”, all your traditional fair food like corn dogs and cotton candy, and this year we added an egg roll vendor, sweets and treats, and bratwursts. There is also a direct sales section of Heritage Days, where you can find anything from Avon to Tupperware, clothing and accessories, and hunting and fishing gear.
The Community Building that overlooks Drake Harbor is also full of hand made crafts. Come and enjoy the day with us, you won’t be disappointed!
The Warsaw Chamber of Commmerce would like to thank all the volunteers that come out and help. Golf cart drivers, tent captains, and general helpers, we couldn’t do this without you!
Kaysinger Bluff Pioneer heritage days
This portion of the event take place at the Harry S. Truman Overlook. A celebration of old time crafts and activities, there are period correct buildings, folks in old time dress, musical demonstrations, a mill, food, and much more. Admission is $7 for adults and $5 for children. Parking is available in East Bledsoe Ferry.