Lee Haile, right, and Clinton Fifer serenade the Pioneer Museum Spring Break visitors with old-timey songs. The musicians were a part of the activities scheduled from Monday through Friday, March 11-16, on the museum’s grounds.
Benjamin Visser, the youngest member of a Dutch family visiting Fredericksburg during Spring Break, celebrates while playing a game of “graces,” a popular activity during the early 1800s, at Pioneer Museum’s Spring Break.
Emma Balensiefer of Sealy receives ropemaking lessons from Danny Poole, right, and Buddy Frels. Ropemaking was one of the museum’s hands-on activities during Spring Break.
Siena Cornwell, right, and Cecilia Cornwell make cornhusk dolls at Pioneer Museum’s Spring Break celebration on Monday. The dolls were just one of part of the festivities that began Monday and continue through Saturday, March 16, on the museum’s grounds. — Standard-Radio Post/Joshua McKinney
History, fun collide at Spring Break
Wed, 03/13/2019 - 12:41pm
Pioneer Museum honors past with six-day family event for everyone