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Upcoming Macktown Events

Music - Feb. 12, 2023

Blacksmithing - Mar. 12, 2023

Fiber! - May 20-23, 2023
The Gathering
 - June 2023
Frenchman's Frolic - Oct. 15-16, 2023

 
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The Gathering -
Look for us June 2023!

 
Music from the 1840s
Sunday, Feb. 12, 2023, 2 - 4 p.m.

Join us for a chance to try out an old style musical instrument and play a simple tune from the 1840's.

Suggested donation: $5

February's program will take place in the Mack House.

Parking for the program is in the parking lot next to the Visitor's Center.

We ask that you register at the Visitor's Center before walking to the Mack House.  If you have mobility issues, transportation is available.

  • Historic Games & Contests
  • Black Powder Shooting
  • Period Crafts
  • Historic Skills and Lifeways
  • Traders & Trade Blankets
  • and much more!

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It's All About the Fiber!
May 20-23, 2023!
 

Click on the poster for registration details.

 

Pay for the event below:

October 15-16, 2023: Frenchman's Frolic

Experience a pre-1850s Rendezvous Camp, featuring:
  • Historic Games & Contests
  • Black Powder Shooting
  • Period Crafts
  • Historic Skills and Lifeways
  • Traders & Trade Blankets
  • and much more!

 

 

More About Second Sundays...

Second Sundays are brought to you by Macktown Living History. These Sundays are a family-friendly way to present aspects of living on the site; both prehistoric and historic.

 

Reenactors, guest presenters, and Macktown volunteers will present a variety of topics including aspects of archaeology, native culture, gardening, farming, and fiber arts, to name but a few.

 

These Sundays will span the cultures from prehistoric times through 1850. Visitors Will be able to participate in many of the activities. The goal of Second Sundays is to help The public understand the history of the area.

 

The dates for the Second Sundays for 2019 are listed above. Please note them on your calendar, watch for flyers and check our website and Facebook page for updates.

We look forward to exploring the past with you every month of the year.  

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