Mason-Dixon Park is one of Greene County's beauty spots. It's located on the banks of Dukard Creek, just a few miles south of historic Mt. Morris, Pennsylvania. Besides acres of flat-as-a-pan meadow, the park's best known feature is the authentic log cabin that serves a a stage and backdrop for live musical performances during festivals held annually on the grounds. There are three festivals celebrating Ramps, or the native wild leek, the arrival of Purple Martins, and our community's Frontier Heritage.
Say your church bakes the best pies on the planet, your handmade crafts are the nicest around, or you or you friends make pretty fine music, we'd love to hear from you. If at some point during the summer you'd like to pitch a tent or park your airstream and set a spell, please call ahead...that's just good manners. Connie Ammons can be famously reached at 304-879-5500, 304-879-5372, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Regrettably, the 2015 Mason-Dixon Park Ramp Festival has been cancelled. As you know, or maybe you've never thought about it: all of our events are p;ut on by a dedicated, small group of volunteers. It's a lot of work. And this year, our volunteer family has been plagued by an assortment of illnesses. Even Connie Ammons, our tower of strength, found herself in the hospital just in time for Christmas. We're tired. We need time to recharge our batteries. We hope you'll join us for our next event in: The Frontier Festival at the end of summer.
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