Living history reenactor Daniel Koennecke, demonstrates the practices of a blacksmith at the Sauer-Beckmann Living History Farm at the Lyndon B. Johnson State Park and Historic Site on Saturday. Koennecke showed guests how to make forks and brands for barbecuing. — Standard- Radio Post/McKenzie Moellering
Guests had the opportunity to learn about traditional Easter nests. Native grasses were collected and formed into a nest shape and then filled with dyed eggs and wildflowers.
Danielle Caven, of Beaumont, holds up a hand-made Easter card she created while visiting the Sauer-Beckmann Farm on Saturday. Other activities included candle making, learning about an Easter meal, visiting with farm animals and more.
Deniz Kelekci, of Houston, learns how to use an antique butter churn.
A look into Easters past
Wed, 04/24/2019 - 5:07pm
Sauer-Beckmann Living History Farm gives glimpse at Easter traditions