Vendors and Demonstrators in and around The Pioneer Museum
Pat Maley a Master Spinner demonstrated fabric making in the 18th Century.
Carol Jarboe talks 18th century dyeing with visitors.
Tiffany Shipp talks with visitors about life in the 18th Century
Tomahawk throwing down at the Shelter house.
Historical Books for sale - under the Big Tent
Charles Hayes had a table for of his books for sale. Daughter Lena was manning his table when we stopped by. www.booksbyhayes.com Hayes first children book Tommy and Jimmy Make Soap was his latest offering.
Mary was manning the table for Author Eddie Price. Prices sells his book Widder’s Landing in addition to doing presentations on the 18th and early 19th century. His latest presentation is “The Battle of Blue Licks” and was presented to the Blue Licks Commission this weekend. www.eddiepricekentuckyauthor.com
Karen Meyer was selling her teen historical books as well as other crafts.
Re-Enactors set up camp in the lower section of the park.
Meeting the Visitors
One of the most important parts of re-enacting is not only putting on the battle re-enactment for the visitors but stopping afterwards to talk, answer questions and let everyone snap photos of themselves with an Indian, a soldier or a settler.