The Triad is constantly growing and we see that all around us, but sometimes it's good to take a step back. This Saturday you can see how people used to live in the 1800's. The Mendenhall Plantation is having their annual "Village Fair" and I got a sneak peek to show you what it's all about.
The Mendenhall Plantation was built in the heart of old Jamestown and was a place for Quakers. The house was built in 1811 and you can feel and see the history once you step inside. It is even on the National Register of Historic Places. Their address is 603 West Main St. Jamestown, NC 27282. For more information click here.