Stone’s Trace Regulators Fall Rendzevous and Frontiersman Camp:
Black Powder Shooting Skills
Long Hunter’s Cabins
Tomahawk & Knife Skills
Lewis and Clark Expedition
Pony Wagon Rides
Mousetrap Puppet Theater
Hands On Activities
1812 Military Camp:
Civil War Camp:
Field Hospital & Mortician
Abraham & Mary Lincoln
Demonstrators & Exhibitors *
Weaving Wood Carving Beekeeping
Leather Work Quilting Basket Weaving
Felting Rug Weaving Herbs
Needlepoint Black Smith Maple Syrup
Pottery Folk Toys Dulcimers
Spinning Duck Decoys Rug Hooking
Wheat Weaving Sutler Shops Penny Rugs
Cane Carving Pewter Casting Stained Glass
Chair Caning Grapevine Weaving
*Subject to change
Lewis & Clark
Richard and Sandra Hennings of Bear's Den Productions bring the story of one of America's greatest adventures,
the Lewis and Clark expedition to the public by using museum style displays that relate to various parts of the eight
thousand mile journey. Each of the displays relates to an entry from the journals. The displays vary according to
location or perceived interest at that particular site.
A few of the items that make up the various displays are from the time period, while others are recreated by some
of today's most talented artisans. Richard has also made quite a few of the pieces.
The Hennings attend several events throughout the year in Michigan, Indiana and Ohio, wherever the exploits of these
brave explorers can be told, and look forward to speaking with you about the two year, four month and nine day
adventure known as the Corps of Discovery.
Richard and Sandra are members of the Ohio River Chapter and the Badger State Chapter of the Lewis and Clark
Trail Heritage Foundation.
Kids - there's a special area just for you with a puppet show, petting zoo and pony rides, face painting and hands-on activities.
Visit the new children’s area by the woodshop.
Watch the blacksmith forge iron into tools.
Stop and talk with Johnny Appleseed as he tells stories and gives out “purty” stones to the kids.
Stroll the vendor's area and watch demonstrators of pioneer and old world crafts and lifestyles.
Listen to Ben Franklin as he relates his experiences in Colonial America during the Revolution.
Walk through the Civil War encampment, visit with Abraham Lincoln and the military hospital.
Watch Stone’s Trace Regulators demonstrate black powder shooting, primitive archery, and tomahawk & knife throw.
March with the bagpiper to the flag raising and lowering.
There are plenty of food and drink vendors. Bring lawn chairs or blankets to sit on while enjoying the entertainment. Parking at West Noble School across the highway with free shuttle bus transportation to the festival. NO PETS. CERTIFIED SERVICE ANIMALS ONLY.
Admission $7 per person for 12 and up. Age 11 and under: free.
Thank you !!! ... to our Community Donors:
Stump's Restoration & Collision
Friends and associates:
Stone's Trace Regulators