The festival will showcase the history of western Sussex County through restoration of the one room school house, the Nanticoke Heritage Byway and the Nanticoke River. On hand will be local vendors and historical organizations, including the Woodland School House Association, Nanticoke Indian Association, Woodland Church, Woodland Ferry Association and more.
Free musical entertainment will be provided by The Jones Boys and Charlie and the Cool Tones. There will also be an antique car show, food vendors and artisans, a farmer’s market and activities for children.
Demonstrations will be held throughout the day by the Living History Society of Delaware 2nd Regiment as they hold an encampment this weekend.
A $2 entrance donation per car is requested by the Woodland School Association. The Woodland Schoolhouse historic site is located at 27866 Woodland Road in Seaford, Del.
For more information go online to the Nanticoke Heritage Festival website.