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Blockhouse Museum Open
Saturdays and Sundays 1-5 until August 23rd.

The Blockhouse Museum at Fort Ouiatenon Park is open for the summer season. Made possible through the support of volunteers, the Blockhouse recreates a French Fur Trading post with a variety of animal furs and trade goods. Visitors can also see artifacts from archaeological digs at the actual Fort Ouiatenon site. Free Park Admission.

Period Clothing Workshop
Saturday, August 2nd 9-5
Tippecanoe Battlefield Museum
Join Turkey Roost Traders and familiar faces from the Feast of the Hunters’ Moon for a look at historic outfits, fabrics and adornment from the “Feast- era”. Then, get assistance in creating your own look for the Feast with hands-on pattern work. Cost is $15.00 per person, registration is required by July 30th to Kelly@tippecanoehistory.org. This event is sponsored with assistance from the Days Inn and Suites, 151 Frontage Road, Lafayette, IN.

Feast Sampler
Saturday, August 23rd
1:00-5:00 pm

Saturday August 23rd from 1:00 to 5:00 pm at Fort Ouiatenon Historic Park. Come get a taste of what you will see at this year’s Feast of the Hunters’ Moon with historic re-enactors, demonstrations and activities. Free Park Admission.

River City Grapes and Hops Fest

The third annual River City Grapes & Hops Fest, will be Saturday, August 16, 2014, 4 to 8 pm. in a NEW LOCATION: This fun-filled event will be on historic 5th Street between Main & Columbia Streets, Lafayette, IN. Proceeds from this event helps support the educational activities of the Tippecanoe County Historical Association, a private not-for-profit organization.

Admission to the River City Grapes & Hops Fest is $25 per person, must be 21 to enter the event.  A $5 designated driver admission will be available at the gate. Each guest will receive a souvenir glass with each ticket purchased.

Attendees will have the opportunity to taste products from the Lafayette Brewing Co., People’s Brewing Co., Wildcat Creek Winery, all from Lafayette; and Carpenter Creek Cellars, Remington; Hopwood Cellars, Zionsville; French Lick Winery, West Baden Springs;  Madison County Winery, Markleville; McClure Orchard and Winery, Peru (featuring their hard cider); Oliver Winery, Bloomington, and Windy Ridge Vineyard & Winery, Terre Haute.

Music provided by the Knickerbocker Saloon, Indiana’s oldest bar. Food will be available for purchase from Sovereign Catering

The local hobby groups Tippecanoe Home Brewers' Circle and Tippe Tasters will be sharing their interest and passion for home brewing and wine making.

Thank you to our sponsors without who we could not present this event to the community:
IUS Underwood Insurance, Grange Insurance, John Thieme, P.C., (Thieme & Adair CPAs), Reed & Company, and the Joseph Bartlett Law Office.

All proceeds go to support the Tippecanoe County Historical Association’s mission to create a sense of place in the present and propel us toward the future with hope and commitment through understanding our past.

Tickets available at Genealogy Center, 1001 South Street, TCHA Board of Governors, Tippecanoe Battlefield History Store and on-line here. Tickets will also be available at the gate.