The Sucarnochee Folklife Festival is dedicated to the preservation and celebration of the unique life ways of Black Belt residents. This yearly festival, held on the third Saturday of April, April 18, 2015, features demonstrations of traditional crafts including pottery, metal works, quilting and more from artists throughout the State. You can also find live music and folksingers, storytelling, a Mini Car Show, games for children, historical tours of local sites including a Walking Ghost Tour, folk food, and the Sucarnochee Color Run Fun Run. There will be Blue Ribbon Contests in Quilt Making, Pie Baking, Cake Baking, Canning, BBQ Sauce, and the Cornbread Cook-off. Don’t forget to enter into one of the many contests! You will find these activities and more for the entire family. The Festival is held at the Courthouse Square in Downtown Livingston.