Louisa County Historical Society is hosting an annual Heritage Day on Saturday, April 28.
The event is free and will kick off at 10 a.m. and will go until 4 p.m. at the Sargeant Museum, located at 214 Fredericksburg Avenue in Louisa.
There will be live demonstrations and hands-on activities that include making cornhusks dolls, weaving a bracelet and basket, woodworking, cooking, and more.
There will also be craft, artisan and food vendors on-site selling some wonderful homemade items.
Organizers are holding the event to bring Louisa history to life by celebrating the culturally diverse past, present, and future.