MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - A forgotten art form will be celebrated this weekend, at the Pin Point Heritage museum in Savannah. If you are a fan of this more than 3,000 year old tradition, then you will want to head east on I-16 to check out this exhibit. John Roberson and Gilbert Walker sat down with Amanda Castro on Wednesday to learn more about blacksmithing and the art of working with iron by heating it and then pounding it into shape.
"Both Sides of the Fence," will be held April 19, 2014 from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. at Pin Point Heritage Museum. The $10.00 ticket price include light refreshments. Pin Point Heritage Museum is located at 9924 Pin Point Avenue, Savannah, Georgia. To serve your space call (912) 651-6840 ext. 301.