Colonial Artisans and Sutlers Still Wanted for COLONIAL MARKET & FAIR
Memorial Day Weekend: May 25, 26 and 27, 2013
(10 AM-5PM Saturday and Monday; Noon to 5 PM on Sunday)
Baskets; Leatherworking; Tin, Silver, Iron or Copper smiths; Woodworkers; Furniture; Weavers, Clothiers, Reenactors, 18th Century Musicians, Puppeteers, Storytellers and other Entertainers…Anything Historically Accurate
(French & Indian or Rev War)
Must Pre-Register and Bring own set up.
(First come, First Accommodated)
On- Site Encampment Possibilities.
Other Accommodations Near-By
PUBLIC IS WELCOME AND ENCOURAGED
Come meet “General Mad Anthony Wayne” (for whom Wayne County, PA was named) and listen to Linda Russell, an 18th century musician who for several years worked as a balladeer for the National Park Service at Federal Hall on Wall Street, the site of Washington’s Presidential Inauguration.
Plus the Narrowsburg businesses will be keeping the party going with special offers. So stay tuned by “Liking” and following our Facebook page: “Fort Delaware Museum of Colonial History”
or email us at: email@example.com