MILAN, Tenn. — More than 85 traditional folk artists, musicians and demonstrators will cover the grounds of the West Tennessee Agricultural Museum here on Oct. 16 for the 2004 Fall Folklore Jamboree. The artisans will demonstrate skills in traditional crafts such as broom and soap making, quilting and doll making. Local bluegrass and gospel groups will fill the air with music throughout the day and demonstrations of chuckwagon cooking as well as molasses, apple cider and kraut making will tempt visitors’ taste buds.

The Fall Folklore Jamboree begins at 9 a.m.

For more information on the 2004 Fall Folklore Jamboree, go to the Internet site http://milan.tennessee.edu/FFJ/index.htm, phone the Milan Experiment Station at 731-686-7362 or e-mail: tennu@bellsouth.net.