BRADLEY, Maine (NEWS CENTER)-- The Maine Forest and Logging Museum at Leonard's Mills in Bradley offered people a little history lesson and take a step back in time on Saturday.
The museum had several blacksmiths' demonstrate to audiences what type of work they do. People were also had the chace to try and be a blacksmith.
A farrier was also on hand to show people how to properly put horseshoes on a horse. The Interim Director at the museum Sherry Davis said it puts on events like this to teach people how things used to be made and maybe spark people's interest.
"History is not just something that's sort of dead and on the shelf, it's alive and you can learn how to do things the way they used to," Davis said.
People were also able to see some old logging equipment and learn more about the logging industry on Saturday too.