The Mossy Creek Barnyard Festival in Perry might be hidden in the woods, but crafters near and far gather for a chance to showcase their art.
The semi-annual event started 35 years ago.
Besides arts and crafts, visitors have the opportunity to dance, make soap, and even learn how to bull whip.
Five- year-old Morgan Faircloth came to this year's festival to help her grandmother sell corn chuck dolls.
Her grandmother, who lives in Florida, has been a longtime vendor at this festival and is known for her colorful dolls made out of corn husks.
Faircloth says there are only three ingredients to make these dolls: corn husks, string, and a cotton ball.
"You get a cotton ball and your corn chuck doll and then you put that little cotton ball inside and then you roll it up and then you get a piece of string from a corn chuck and you wrap it down there," she says.