In its first life, the Weaving House was used as a smokehouse and a corn crib.  It was built c.1920 on the family farm of Mrs. Eddie Conrad.

Weaving HouseDuring the Wilson County Fair, an itinerate weaver occupies the weaving house to demonstrate weaving and the dying art of dying wool and yarn in black pots over an open fire.

Many of the small items made on the loom during the fair are for sale.  Other weavers often set up small looms on the side porch to demonstrate weaving socks and other things.

The building was donated by Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Conrad and relocated in 1991.