Spring Plow day is a community festival centered around the plowing of the crop land adjacent to the Homeplace campus. Dedicated to education and preserving our rural agricultural heritage, Spring Plow Day features mule and horse drawn plow teams from our region and beyond. Visitors can witness the old-fashioned plowing while also enjoying over 70 food and arts and craft vendors, colonial re-enactors, and folks demonstrating everything from lard rendering to whittling. We have hay rides, kiddy rides, an antique tractor show, a petting farm, sheep shearing and incredible live music in the bank barn. A perfect way to spend a spring day with the whole family.