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Living History Show - Fremont, Ohio
Annual Living History Trade Fair
9 to 5
9 to 3
First full weekend of February
The annual Living History Show takes place at the
Sandusky Co Fairgrounds. The event consists of two
buildings full of vendors and craftsmen selling 18th and 19th century
crafts and clothing reproductions. The show draws military
re-enactors, buckskinners, blackpowder shooters, and museum volunteers
from a three state area.
The craftsmen are from approximately 11 different states and are recognized
experts in their fields. and include gunsmiths, pottery, spinning, powder horn engraving, and blacksmithing
to name just a few of the crafts represented. Re-enactor units will have
tables for recruiting new members.
Northwest Ohio museums and living history enthusiasts use this
weekend as a ďkick-off ď for the events to come during the year. They pass out
information on up coming museum exhibits, workshops, and battle
reenactments. The living history participants use the event as a time to
catch up with friends they havenít seen since last summerís events and
plan new historic encampments for next summer.
The public is invited to attend. Admission is
charged. The Show is
sponsored by Smoke and Fire Co of Waterville, Ohio (419-878-8535) and
Smiling Fox Forge of Fremont, Ohio. 419-334-8180.
|Disclaimer: We have no authority over these shows, and only
list them for the benefit of our web site visitors and customers.
We assume no responsibility, or liability, for the business practices, or
products, of companies or organizations involved with these shows, either
directly or indirectly. We recommend that you inquire with each company as to
their policies prior to doing business with them, and/or to the by-laws,
practices, safety regulations and membership requirements prior to joining them.