Local Girl Scout troops learned about Native American history during a program Saturday at Hearn Academy.
A group of Plains Dancers performed and explained dances while storytellers shared information about Native American history.
The scouts were able to see the handmade regalia up close during the program.
According to Peggy Allgood, president of the Cave Spring Historical Society, it’s just one of many events taking place during the next few weeks that will enrich and educate residents and visitors who take part in the activities.
On Dec. 2, the holiday season will officially kick off with caroling in the Baptist Church located at Rolator Park. Local talent will perform during the day.
The Cave Spring Christmas parade will take place at 6 p.m., but before and after the parade shoppers can purchase some unique Christmas gifts.
Booths are still available for “Bauble and Bake,” a chance for crafters and cooks to sell their wares. Booths are $10 plus 10 percent of all sales. The sale will take place at the Hearn Classroom from 1 to 5:30 p.m. and after the parade.
For more information or to secure booth space contact Tommie Kelly at 706-777-9523.