May 31-June 2, 2019 Killumbuck Beaver Rendezvous
Killumbuck Beaver Rendezvous, Killumbuck Longrifles, 11035 TR 54, Killbuck, Ohio. Contact Cathy Stratis, 330-605-6303, firstname.lastname@example.org. Camp fee $25, includes one shooter. $10 each additional shooter or walk-in shooter. Competitions include painted target shoot, novelty woods walk, paper, booshway, aggregate and smoothbore shoots as well as archery trail walk, hawk & knife, kids BB gun and archery, kids games, fire starting and dessert contest. Ice available. Provide your own drinking water. Public hours 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday.
May 31-June 2, 2019 Living History Days
Living History Days, Lowe-Volk Park, 2401 SR 598 Crestline, Ohio 44827. Contact Julie Rossington, , Facebook page. Juried Rev War event highlighting the capture of Col. William Crawford on the grounds in June 1782. Capture reenacted twice Saturday and Sunday. Militia, military and Native reenactors welcome. Jury cutoff May 25. Setup Friday. Saturday evening potluck. Continental breakfast Sunday. Public hours 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday and lantern 8-10 p.m. Saturday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday.
June 1-2, 2019 Smoothbore shoot
Smoothbore shoot, Union County Muzzle Loaders, 50 Sportsmens Club Drive, Millmont, Pennsylvania 17845. Contact Dave Aucker, 570-922-1090, email@example.com. A two-day encampment for smooth bore shooters. No scopes, no in-lines permitted. Lunch available both days to purchase. The main club is less than a mile away for meals and showers. Camp accoutrements and regalia are to be of the pre-1840 time period.
June 8-9, 2019 Colonial Market Days
Colonial Market Days, Abner Longly Park, Lebanon Indiana. Juried 18th-century market fair and encampment. See Facebook page for registration details. Twight tactical is scheduled for Saturday night.
June 8-9, 2019 Feast of the Strawberry Moon
Feast of the Strawberry Moon, West Michigan Historic Alliance, Harbor Island, Coho Drive, Grand Haven, Michigan. Contact Chris Hornby, 616-566-1144, , www.feastofthestrawberrymoon.com. Reenactment set in a natural island area surrounded by the Grand River. Draws about 250 reenactors, entertainers, demonstrators and period vendors to provide the experience of the 18th century. No pets. Workshops explore the middle ground world that evolved between Europeans and Native Americans in the Great Lakes Region during the pre-1800 fur trade era.
June 8-9, 2019 French and Indian War Weekend
French and Indian War Weekend, Cook Forest State Park, Cooksburg, Pennsylvania 16217. Contact Dale Luthringer, , 814-744-8407, or reenactor coordinator Mike Homza, , 412-322 9682. The largest living history encampment in the Pennsylvania State Park system with up to 250 reenactors and about 5,000 visitors. Seeking French, British and Native reenactors, period sutlers, colonial craftsmen and demonstrators and speakers interested in sharing their knowledge. Open to the public 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday. Cannon and musket firing demonstrations and two battles conducted in old-growth timber each day for public viewing. Period church service Sunday morning. Reenactors firing weapons must be ages 16 or older but children and noncombatants are encouraged to take part in battle scenarios and skits. Free pizza dinner for registered attendees Friday evening courtesy of local merchants. Flush facilities available and hot showers a short drive from encampment site. Early setup starts at 4 p.m. Thursday. Tear down by noon Monday. Park features virgin and old-growth forest, a stocked trout stream, canoe launch sites and hiking trails.
June 8-16, 2019 Wild Winds Spring Rendezvous
Wild Winds Spring Rendezvous, Wild Winds Buffalo Preserve, 6975 N. Ray Road, Fremont, Ind. Contact Bill Ellias, 260-495-0137. Time period 1780-1850. Competitions and educational stations. Bison farm tours.
June 14-16, 2019 Howard City Beaver Brigade Rendezvous
Howard City Conservation Club Beaver Brigade Rendezvous, Howard City. Mich. Contact Ray Dauchy, 616-696-0364 or Jim Hall, 231-856-0441, ww.beaverbrigade.com. Competitions include shoots, hawk & knife, archery. Sunday church service. Leashed pets welcome. Camp fee $25 per family; anyone ages 18 and older pays separate fee.
June 15-16, 2019 Muster on The Maumee
Muster on The Maumee, Fort Meigs, 29100 W. River Road, Perrysburg, Ohio 43551. Contact 419-874-4121. Timeline encampment of Vikings through modern wars.
June 21-23, 2019 Shoot Time at Manistee Rendezvous
Shoot Time at Manistee Rendezvous, Manistee Muzzle Loading Club of Michigan, 3125 Camp Road, Manistee, Michigan. Contact Jack Lee, 231-398-0687, manisteemuzzleloaders.org. Matches for all muzzle loading long guns and pistol. The $40 registration includes all matches and two nights of camping in a semi-modern campground. Additionally, a military match is planned Friday with a separate $10 entry fee. Classes are "as-issued" or "modified" and need 50 rounds of ammunition. Food wagon on site.
June 21-29, 2019 Friends of the Old Northwest Rendezvous
Friends of the Old Northwest Rendezvous, Seven Eagles Historical Education Center, 16486 Wapakoneta Rd., Grand Rapids, Ohio. Contact booshway Vicki Johnson, 419-601-2495, firstname.lastname@example.org. Mail advanced registrations before June 3 to Friends of ONW, c/o Vicki Johnson, 4636 CR P, McClure, OH 43534. Camp fee is $45 per adult and $20 for traders or large blanket traders. Children ages 17 and younger are free. Traders may set up Tuesday, June 18. Setup days area Wednesday-Friday, June 19-21. Public days are 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Sunday and Monday, but the vendor area is open daily through Thursday. Admission is $3 for ages 13 and older. Children ages 12 and younger are free. Competitions include shoots, archery, hawk & knife, cooking contest, Highland games. Seminars, entertainment.
June 22-23, 2019 Fort Harrod Settlement & Raid
Fort Harrod Settlement & Raid, Old Fort Harrod State Park, Harrodsburg, Kentucky 40330. Contact David Coleman, 859-734-3314, , friendsoffortharrod.com. Full-scale reenactment with settlers, Natives, frontier worship service, "children's camp," militia muster and raids on the fort as well as flintlock rifle demonstrations.