Putting Things in Perspective

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Feast School Days

The Feast of the Hunters’ Moon is a re-enactment festival portraying life at Fort Ouiatenon from 1717-1791. The Historical Association annually offers two special days at the Feast of the Hunters’ Moon for school groups.

Thursday is “Special Kids Day” reserved for special education students at all grades. Students with special needs come for the day to participate in 18th century life on the Ouabache. The Thursday before the weekend of the Feast.

Friday is “Feast Friday Fun Day” reserved for first through sixth grade students. Students visit a variety of re-enactors, craftspeople, and entertainers making history come alive! The Friday before the weekend of the Feast.

Mark your calendars for these dates! Current information and reservation forms will be posted on this page, or call (765) 476-8411 extension 206 for more information or reservations.