• Florida living history demonstrations and educational exhibits that include archaeology and anthropology, historic reenactors, encampments and artifacts on display
  • Live music throughout the day by Celery City String Band, Chris Kahl, Pine Trio, and Boylston Fish
  • A Pioneer “parade” throughout the grounds at 11 am, led by drum and fife, of those dressed in historic attire
  • Local exhibitors on history and nature from Brevard’s historical societies and museums as well as from Brevard’s Indian River Lagoon, natural lands, and environmental organizations
  • Brevard Veterans Memorial Center with a World War II Jeep on display
  • Vintage, crafts and farmer’s market vendors (baked goods, quilts, local honey, herbs, Florida paintings, books, etc.)
  • Pine Island guided nature trail hikes throughout the day
  • 1888 Sams House tours with rarely seen antiques on display
  • 1875 Sams Cabin with exhibits on the Sams family pioneers, early Native Americans, and Ice Age fossils
  • Pine Island Preservation Society tent with vintage items, hiking sticks, t-shirts, gifts, etc. for sale; raffle items include a local fruit basket
  • Children’s crafts and games – Hay Dive, Steer Roping, Cornhusk Dolls, “Cow” Milking and Tic Tac Toe
  • Heidi’s Miniature Goat Petting Farm until 1 pm
  • Local food trucks and kettle corn!

Schedules

  • Occurs Saturday, February 11th, 2023 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Venue

Sam's House/Pine Island Concervation

5555 & 6195 N. Tropical Trail
Merritt Island,