A few-thousand people are expected to attend this weekend’s 43rd annual heritage festival and craft show at Columbia’s Nifong Park, which is near Grindstone Parkway.
The event takes place Saturday and Sunday from 10 am until 5, and features reenactors, a handmade craft show and artisans dressed in 19th century attire.
Columbia Parks and Recreation says there will also be a cowboy camp and a mountain man camp, as well as hayrides.
You can also tour the historic Maplewood House, which is admission-free and air-conditioned.
You can park on-site at Nifong Park or at Discovery Office Park and the Columbia sports fieldhouse. Free Parks and Recreation shuttles will be available both days from 9:30 am until 5:30 pm.