“You won’t want to miss the car show, Karuk dancers, square dancers, fiber arts show and working blacksmith, among other things,” a press release from the museum noted. The Denny Bar store will be open for the event as well.

The Third Annual Walk Through History will take place on Saturday, Oct. 5 at the Siskiyou County Museum in Yreka. Demonstrations, displays and a vendor fair will fill the Outdoor Museum, the parking lot and the museum conference room.

“You won’t want to miss the car show, Karuk dancers, square dancers, fiber arts show and working blacksmith, among other things,” a press release from the museum noted. The Denny Bar store will be open for the event as well.

The action starts at 10 a.m. and will go until 4 p.m. Extra parking will be available in the Forest Service parking lot adjacent to the Outdoor Museum. “This is a free event and all are welcome to come out and enjoy an early fall day at your museum.”