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Our kitchen staff have crafted a delicious summer meal for you and your loved ones to enjoy. Each meal will be safely prepared and packaged in to-go containers. Picnic tables will be available for small groups to use. Each table will be sanitized and safely spaced for visitors. Enjoy a hike or watch the sunset before or after your meal.
All orders will need to be picked up onsite
Learn how to create botanical studies from flowers, plants, and other natural materials gathered on site. Begin with a pencil and render shape, tonal value, and texture with an emphasis on drawing what you see. Then add color using colored pencils or watercolor.Read more
Registration is now open for our Virtual Summer Camp, July 13 – July 17. Campers will receive a care package with supplies, activities, a T-shirt, and more– plus daily schedules, virtual modules, and live interactive sessions with camp counselors. We will work with campers to make sure they can have a safe, enjoyable, camp-like experience at home.This camp is recommended for campers ages 9-14. We encourage younger children to participate with parental support. Each day will have a new theme, activities, check-ins, and live video programming.Read more
Rendezvous includes demonstrations of period skills including black powder shooting, archery and tomahawk throwing. Tasty food prepared in the fur-trade era manner is a treat. Goods offered by the traders include period clothing, furnishings, camp gear, trade silver, animal skins, jewelry and a fascinating variety of other utilitarian and decorative items.Read more
Learn the basic skills of 18th and early 19th-century tinsmithing. An instructor will teach attendees how to use hand tools, layout patterns, and basic construction techniques. Participants will make a tin cup to take home.
All tools and materials are included with the cost of the workshop. Children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.