After four weeks of fun, Museum Madness concluded its summer program with a pioneer basket weaving class. J.D. Jones of the Tombigbee pioneers showed the children how to weave a basket by hand.
“We have had a lot more response this year. We even had to turn some people away because the class had filled up. It is definitely important to pre-register for the programs,” Union County Heritage Museum Director Jill Smith said.
Throughout Museum Madness campers enjoyed programs that taught about pottery, percussion, origami and basket weaving.