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Pioneer experience

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The largest lineup of entertainment, food, re-enactors and demonstrations of pioneer craftsmanship and skills ever assembled await you at the Clayville Spring Festival, May 18-19. Taking you back in time will be more than 40 craft vendors and food vendors, as well as more than 30 demonstrations of pioneer skills and crafts, plus period music from the 1820s. A few of the groups present include 10th Illinois Volunteer Calvary Regiment, Lincoln Land Community College Theatre stage combat group, Chris Camp the Whip Guy, Native American encampment group and the Springfield Long Nine baseball team. Clayville is on State Route 125 one mile east of Pleasant Plains, only 16 miles west of downtown Springfield.

Clayville Spring Festival
Saturday, May 18, 9am-6pm
Sunday, May 19, 10am-4pm
Clayville Historic Site
Route 125, Pleasant Plains
626-1024
$5 adults, $3 ages 7-12

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