Lowcountry Fair with Historical Flair / Marsh Tacky Races

Cotton Hall RD

Yemassee, SC 29945

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Phone: (843) 379-1550

City: Yemassee

Region: Coastal & Islands

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Lowcountry Fair with Historical Flair / Marsh Tacky Races

The 2nd annual Lowcountry Fair with Historical Flair is a family event that features the only Marsh Tacky horse races in South Carolina in 2018. The marsh tackies will also engage in a "Fun Show" Challenge prior to the races, viewed live or from our jumbotron. Historical reenactors will be staging family activities throughout the day. From 16th century colonial times when Santa Elena was founded by the Spanish, through the American Revolution, the Civil War/Reconstruction era and up to WWII, men, women and children will be demonstrating history in period costume. They will mingle with spectators, tell fascinating stories of life in days gone by, fire their weaponry, walk in a parade and engage children in fun, yet educational activities. The finest local food and beverage concessions, artisans and good.

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