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Conferences of Interest
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the fall, winter and spring months, many of the historical interpreters and
museums staff gather at symposia, conferences and workshops to share their research and
experiences for the benefit of furthering living history interpretation and
Fritz and Kathleen Kannik have presented at some of these conferences, and have
held workshops, and encourage others to attend and learn more about living history
Some of the symposia and conferences we know about, are listed below.
information and confirmation of the dates, times and fees please contact the sponsor directly.
Disclaimer: We have no authority over these events, 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.
Ft. Meigs War of
1812 Reenactor Conference:
April 21-22, 2012
At Ft Meigs, Perrysburg, Ohio
(near Toledo, Ohio)
about fashions of the early 19th Century and more! Knowledgeable
presenters will discuss many facets of men and women's clothing of the
time period. Highlights include admission to Fort Meigs, period
merchants, and optional Sunday workshops.
283-8916 to register."
includes a very few fine vendors!
Check the Fort's website
for current information
and registration form.
This is a good place to get together with others interested in period
living history of the 1793-1815 era.
Please check Smoke and Fire News for a
calendar of events.
See www.smoke-fire.com for subscriptions
an Indoor Living History Trade Show
Visit an Outdoor Living History
Participate in a Workshop