The long line continued throughout the day and into the early evening, with crowds shifting in and out again. In the tannery building, crafters sold their wares. There was jewelry and artwork, and even homemade jams and jellies. The blacksmith was in, doing demonstrations, and the house and mill were open for tours. Volunteers served chicken and drinks while Lions Club members stoked the stoves and hosed down rows of corn laid atop the stoves to cook, covered with burlap and steaming in their own sweet juices.