Trading Ford history group plans picnic Monday
Trading Ford picnic
Members, friends and the public are invited to the Trading Ford Historic District Preservation Association’s 7th Annual Bodacious Barbeque and Celebration Monday. The picnic will be held, rain or shine, at the shelter at Boone’s Cave Park in Davidson county. Dinner begins at 6 p.m.
Hamburgers, hot dogs and drinks will be provided. Bring a side dish or desert to share. There is no charge for admission.
Jerry Myers, a collector from Thomasville, will present a program on “Artifacts of the Trading Ford area.”
From Salisbury, take U.S. 29 through Spencer and cross the Yadkin River. Turn left onto Old Salisbury Road. Go 1.2 miles to N.C. 150. Turn left. Go 4.6 miles to Boone’s Cave Road (just past Churchland Baptist Church on left). Turn left. Go 3.9 miles to the picnic shelter in Boone’s Cave Park.
The Trading Ford Historic District Preservation Association is dedicated to the study, recognition and preservation of historic sites in the Trading Ford area of the Yadkin RiverFurther information can be found online at www.trading-ford.org or by calling 704-633-3125.