Old-Fashioned Sweet Tooth Sugarcane Festival Cancelled


(NACOGDOCHES, TX) The City of Nacogdoches Historic Sites Department typically hosts an annual Old-Fashioned Sweet Tooth Sugarcane Event on the second Saturday in January at the Durst-Taylor Historic House & Gardens. The 2016 event, unfortunately, will not take place.
This event, a favorite for many, is completely dependent on the sugarcane crop grown throughout the year at the Durst-Taylor Historic House & Gardens. Just like in the 1840’s, crops sometimes fail, the weather doesn’t cooperate and plans have to change. The small amount of cane that we were able to harvest this year will be used as seed cane and will yield a larger crop of sugarcane for our 2017 sugarcane event.
The Durst-Taylor Historic House & Gardens is open Tuesday-Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Guided tours of the property are always free of charge and we hope that everyone will come to the Old-Fashioned Sweet Tooth Sugarcane Event in 2017!
For additional information, please contact Jessica Sowell at 936-560-4443 or email historicsites@ci.nacogdoches.tx.us.
Information can also be found on the Historic Sites website, http://www.ci.nacogdoches.tx.us,  or on the Facebook page, Nac Historic Sites.
Misty Boggs
Misty Boggs is the Creative Director at MSGPR. She lives in Angelina County and recently earned her bachelor's degree in Public Relations and a minor in Creative Writing at Stephen F. Austin State University in 2020. She is currently working on obtaining her MBA from Lamar University. Between studying and working, she enjoys teaching her niece and nephew the fine art of never growing old.

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