Festivals
 

Lost Arts Festival & Rifle Frolic -- May 15-17, 2015

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A weekend full of sights, sounds and aromas of 18th century northwest Ohio awaits visitors to the 2015 Seven Eagles Lost Arts Festival. Traditional arts, crafts, music, entertainment, food, beverages, camp life, military demonstrations, and much more will be on hand. Seven Eagles Historical Education Center is located just one mile south of Grand Rapids, Ohio at 16486 Wapakoneta Road. Call 419-509-0095 for more information. The 2015 Annual Lost Arts Festival starts on Friday, May 15, 2015 from noon. to 6 p.m., Saturday May 16 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m and Sunday May 17, 2015, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 16486 Wapakoneta Road in Grand Rapids, Ohio. The festival celebrates the history and pageantry of 1600-1840 featuring historic craft demonstrations, music, arts, and the history of early Ohio and frontier of the Maumee River Valley. Historical interpreters in authentic camps and vintage ‘garb’ greet visitors in the: Woodland Indian Longhouse & Village, Western Plains tipis, French Trappers Sod Hut, Pioneer Log House, Scottish Tavern, 18th Century Trading Post, Blacksmith Shop and more than fifty other period encampments. Traditional artists demonstrate daily life and skills dependent on reenactors may include: blacksmithing, basket weaving, lace, woodcarving, gourds, silversmithing, spinning, tanning, leather and tinsmithing. Adults $5, seniors and children ages 12-17 are $2, ages 11 and under free. Information and applications are available at: Seven Eagles, P.O. Box 246, Grand Rapids OH 43522, 419-509-0095, or download information here: Registration    Poster   Flyers.

All Hallows Eve Celebration -- CANCELLED for 2014

We regret we have had to cancel the All Hallows Eve Celebration.  Thank you to all our past visitors and the 30 + Volunteers who worked tirelessly carving 350 pumpkins days before the event, lighting all those candles when the wind blew them out several times, drove the hayrides, reenacted historical persona in all the venues, told stories at the bonfire and played wonderful music.  The driving distance combined with a plethora of Corn Mazes and Haunted Houses prompted us to make the decision to cancel.  Thank you one and all for your past support.