• 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

Sauer-Beckmann Living History Farm gives glimpse at Easter traditions

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