Hello everyone! This season is winding down here in this part of the world and I'm collecting 2020 dates to add to the calendar listings. Please check the list. If your event isn't on there, send me new dates and any new information.
If you send only new dates, I will use the same listing information as last year.
Rendezvous Ohio publishes any dates of living history-related events in Ohio and the neighboring states of Michigan, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Kentucky and Indiana. Weekend reenactments and rendezvous will be published in the "overall" calendar for now. I have the intention of separating them by state as more come in.
One-day history-related events also will be published, but I must have them in my email at least two weeks in advance, preferably a month in advance. They will have their own category, so if you are planning Thanksgiving or Christmas-related events NOW is the time to email them.
Weekend trade fairs are included in the reenactment and rendezvous listings. I w...
1. How long have you been a reenactor and how did you get involved?
I started when I was 10 years old … started with my dad (Larry Rowland). He was interested in it and started reading books. He had a couple friends from General Motors that were into it. We started in a 22-foot tipi. I tagged along. … Dad stopped when I was 17 and I was able to continue because Randy Bloom and Keith Clements allowed me to camp with them.
2. What is your club or organization affiliation, if any?
Heeeethin Heights … with home base at Greene County Fish & Game (conservation club)
3. In the living history world, who are you and what do you portray?
Well, I don't portray anybody in particular. I enjoy doing the Scottish Highland reenacting in the late 1700s.
4. How did you choose that time period?
I was highly influenced by Randy Bloom … "Skunk Meat."
5. What is your camp name and how did you get it?
Tin Man … I just got that about two years ago. … There are two reasons. One, I play...