◆ Food ◆ Music ◆ Storytelling ◆ Antique & Vintage Market
◆ Handcrafted Items ◆ Demonstrations of Pioneer Skills
Plans are underway for the Annual Saltworks Appalachian Homecoming at the Pioneer Village in (Y-Holler) Manchester, KY. This year’s homecoming is shaping up to be the best yet. Exciting changes are coming to the SaltWorks Appalachian Homecoming based on visitor feedback. The goal this year is to offer something for everyone! We invite you to come be a part of a wonderful, fun filled, historical weekend. Join us for music and entertainment at one of Clay County's most historic sites.
A story is born, a story is "growed", and then it is harvested, so it can be told... We gather them together, with little muss and fuss, to present "Monkey Dumplins", the story of US.
Monkey Dumplins Story Bridge Theater harvests local stories by teaching the art of story telling, then capturing and performing the fascinating oral history of Clay County on stage. Monkey Dumplins draws people with varied backgrounds and beautifully interweaves their many creative talents.
Participants share important, untold stories. Actors extract the essence through drama, movement, and song. The performance may be moving, funny, or profound, and leaves the teller and the audience with fresh insight and a stronger sense of community.
All of us have stories. Learn more about the Appalachian community, their struggles, their achievements and joys.
"Stay In Clay" is non profit organization organized in Clay County, Kentucky. Donations to our cause are tax deductible as allowed by law.