A lesson for wood-be pioneers
During the Revolutionary Kids Day event at the Jack Jouett House Historic Site on July 18, visitors were able to see an authentic Revolutionary War Cannon and to watch re-enactors demonstrate long rifle shooting, firestarting, blacksmithing, woodworking, basket weaving, butter churning, spinning, and Native American food preparation. They were invited to drill like a militiaman, listen to period music, take a special tour of Jack Jouett's home, play colonial games, make colonial crafts, and mend archaeological artifacts. Here Larry Ginter portrays a frontier long hunter and explains his equipment to would-be pioneers.
A lesson for wood-be pioneers During the Revolutionary Kids Day event at the Jack Jouett House Historic Site on July 18, visitors were able to see an authentic Revolutionary War Cannon and to watch re-enactors demonstrate long rifle shooting, firestarting, blacksmithing, woodworking, basket weaving, butter churning, spinning, and Native American food preparation. They were invited to drill like a militiaman, listen to period music, take a special tour of Jack Jouett's home, play colonial games, make colonial crafts, and mend archaeological artifacts. Here Larry Ginter portrays a frontier long hunter and explains his equipment to would-be pioneers.
A lesson for wood-be pioneers During the Revolutionary Kids Day event at the Jack Jouett House Historic Site on July 18, visitors were able to see an authentic Revolutionary War Cannon and to watch re-enactors demonstrate long rifle shooting, firestarting, blacksmithing, woodworking, basket weaving, butter churning, spinning, and Native American food preparation. They were invited to drill like a militiaman, listen to period music, take a special tour of Jack Jouett's home, play colonial games, make colonial crafts, and mend archaeological artifacts. Here Larry Ginter portrays a frontier long hunter and explains his equipment to would-be pioneers.

Woodford County notes: Aug. 18

August 17, 2015 4:10 PM

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