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2023 Events
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March 25-27, 2022 - Yesteryear’s Essentials Revisited: Fads & Fashions of the Federal Era, Fort Meigs, 29100 W. River Road, Perrysburg, Ohio. Contact 800-283-8916 or 419-874-4121, www.fortmeigs.org/yesteryear. A weekend conference of lectures, workshops, presentations and more. Fee is $60 before March 1 and $75 thereafter. 

(New dates) April 2-3, 2022 - Living History Trade Fair, Sandusky County Fairgrounds, Flower Building, Fremont, Ohio. Contact Smiling Fox Forge LLC, 419-334-8180, smilingfox@smilingfoxforgellc.com; Smoke & Fire Co., 419-878-8535, store@smoke-fire.com; Turkey Foot Trade Co., 660-291-4842, turkeyfoot@mcmsys.com. Open 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday. Admission is $5 per person. Children ages 10 and younger are free with an adult.

April 22-24, 2022 - Spring Thaw Rendezvous, Ball & Arrow Primitive Weapons Club, 5190 Days Lane, New Philadelphia, Ohio. Contact Jeff Maluski Jr., 330-343-5041, www.ballandarrow.org, Facebook page. Camp fee $20. Competitions include woods walk, bow trail, hawk & knife, kids games. Take your own drinking water. Walk-ins welcome. No pets. 

(New location) April 29-May 1, 2022 - Grassy Run Heritage Rendezvous, Grassy Run Historical Arts Committee, Cook Log Cabin Heritage Center, 6707 Goshen Road, Goshen, Ohio 45122. Contact 513-675-3934, grassyrun@gmail.com, www.grassy-run.org or Facebook page. In partnership with Goshen Township Historical Society and Goshen Schools, the historical Cook Log Cabin is to be open and a period blacksmith shop operating in addition to all of the past demonstrations, activities, music and vendors. Main camp on ground of Goshen High School with access from its parking lot. Friday school day. 

May 5-8, 2022 - Greene County Fish & Game Spring Rendezvous, 1538 Union Road, Xenia, Ohio 45385. Contact James Moody, 937-805-9313. Camp fee. No extra fee for traders. Competitions include rifle woodswalk, smoothbore woodswalk, archery. hawk & knife, pistol match, pastry toss.

May 7-8, 2022 - Appalachian Festival, Coney Island, Cincinnati, Ohio. Contact 513-232-8230, coneyislandpark.com. 1700-1840 event. Natives, food vendors, demonstrations, merchants, entertainers, blanket traders. Public hours 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday. Admission $12.

May 11-15, 2022 - NRLHF Corps of Discovery, Nichols Family Farm, 85 TR 1305, Toronto, Ohio. Contact Mark Rebres, 740-632-8625, 1snake97@gmail.com, www.nrlhfcorpsofdiscovery.com. Free public admission 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Thursday-Saturday. Setup Wednesday. A learning rendezvous, seminars, workshops, educational sessions. Masonic Beaver Rendezvous is during the event this year. Archery, hawk & knife and shooting demonstrations. Modern tent camp area for beginners interested in participating.  Artillery on request; call ahead. Some room for horses and mules. Advance registration ends April 11. Advanced registration fees are $20 per adult for NMLRA members; $25 for non-members. Children ages 17 and younger are free. No trader fee. Registration refund fee is 20% of the fee. No pets permitted. NRLHF follows ADA regulations. For more details on fees and rules, visit www.nrlhf.org

May 13-14, 2022 - Willard Revolutionary War Reenactment and Encampment, Willard Middle School, 1 Flashes Ave., Willard, Ohio 44890. Contact Facebook page, www.facebook.com/events/225400862303383. Every May, eighth-grade students at Willard Middle School recreate the time of the Revolutionary War, learn about life in the 1700s and reenact battle scenes. Reenactors, sutlers and volunteers are welcome to join the fun and see Revolutionary education at its best. Friday evening dinner, awards and military ball. On Saturday, the main stage will have speakers, demonstrations and entertainment. 

May 13-15, 2022 - New Frontiersman's Spring Rendezvous, Ashland Conservation Farm, Ashland, Ohio. Contact Dave and Teri Moore, 419-589-4843, or Roy Howman, 419-961-1620, www.acwcl.org. Set up Friday. Camp fee $6. Trail walk Saturday and Sunday. Archery. Camp dinner Saturday 6 p.m. Dogs must be on leash.

May 14-15, 2022 - Early Ohio on the Portage River, Wood County Museum, 13660 County Home Road, Bowling Green, Ohio. Juried timeline event, 1750-1865. Contact Frank Butwin, 419-270-0622, fb21@wcnet.org. Public hours 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday. Exploration and settlement of the early days of the Northwest Territory, state of Ohio and the Ohio Country, especially along and near the Portage River in Wood County.

May 20-22, 2022 - Jennings Creek Council Spring Rendezvous, Camp Clay, 9196 Liberty Union Road, Van Wert, Ohio 45891. Contact Paul Reams, paulreams44@gmail.com, for registration form or information. Competitions include rifle, smoothbore, archery, hawk & knife and men’s and women’s games. Canned meat prizes; junior aggregate. Council fire Saturday evening. Wooded and open camp sites. Showers. Flush toilets. Fishing and swimming in the pond. No pets. 

May 20-22, 2022 - Seneca Muzzleloaders Spring Rendezvous, Sandusky River Coon Hunters grounds, 7575 TR 131, Tiffin, Ohio 44883. Contact Rob Gerding, 419-341-8657, robbob@hush.com. Black powder shoot, archery, hawk and knife. No games or Saturday evening potluck. Camp fee is $25 or $15 and a prize donation. Setup after 2 p.m. Thursday and all day Friday. No pets.

May 20-22, 2022 - Settlers Encampment on the Auglaize, Auglaize Village & Farm Museum, 12296 Krouse Road Defiance, Ohio. Era of Exploration through the War of 1812 juried event. To apply, contact Mike Judson, auglaizehistory@gmail.com, 574-536-9851, or Cheryl Daniel, ravensroost@williams-net.com, 419-551-1134. Public days 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday. School day Friday. Settlers, pioneers, French, English and American civilians, military, Natives, merchants, artisans of all trades and any persona relevant to Ohio, the Old Northwest Territory, the Middle Ground or Great Lakes Region pre-1815 are invited to preserve history through education and demonstration. Roomy site with plenty of shade and easy access to all camp areas.

May 27-29, 2022 - Feast of the Flowering Moon, Yoctangee Park, Chillicothe, Ohio. Visit feastofthefloweringmoon.org for registration information. Contact Ross-Chillicothe Convention & Visitors Bureau, 740-702-7677, info@feastofthefloweringmoon.org. Native American festival in downtown Chillicothe with mountain man encampment. Festival atmosphere with Native American music and dancing, crafters, exhibitors, working craftsmen and demonstrations, entertainment. Setup Thursday.

May 27-30, 2022 - Mad River Muzzleloaders Spring Rendezvous, in conjunction with Logan Hills Festival, Hall-Fawcett Park, 4595 CR 153, Zanesfield, Ohio. Contact Marc Boyer, 937-407-0267, mboyer0267@gmail.com, Facebook page,  https://www.facebook.com/groups/208368153244 Includes Taloga Outdoor Drama, which depicts local history. Camp fee $20 or $25 at the gate. Vendor fee $25. Fee to watch drama. Set up Thursday and Friday. Early setup available. Lizard pull, archery, hawk & knife. Festival also includes Logan Hills Native Woodland Gathering pow wow.

May 27-30, 2022 - Sons of Liberty Spring Rendezvous, Canters Cave 4-H Camp, 1362 Caves Road, Jackson, Ohio. Contact Norman Garringer, 740-773-3891, normanga@roadrunner.com. Pre-1840 rendezvous with black powder shoot, hawk and knife and primitive archery competitions. Potluck dinner Saturday night for paid campers only. Friendly event and newbies welcome. 

May 28-29, 2022 - First Siege 1813, Fort Meigs, 29100 W. River Road, Perrysburg, Ohio. Contact 419-874-4121, www.fortmeigs.org/events. Juried event; War of 1812. British units, American militia and native groups.

June 3-5, 2022 - Living History Days, Crawford Park District, Lowe Volk Park, 2401 SR 598, Crestline, Ohio. Contact Julie Rossington, 419-569-4454. Juried event denoting the capture and death of Col. William Crawford in June 1782. Native, Patriot and British forces welcome. Send jury photos by May 25. Lantern tour 8-10 p.m. Friday. Public days 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday. Free admission. Reenactments of the capture of Col. Crawford, Native American camp, 18th-century artisans, walk park trails. Indoor facilities available. Camp potluck with ham provided Saturday night and continental breakfast Sunday morning. Continental breakfast provided Saturday and Sunday.

June 3-5, 2022 - Killumbuck Beaver Rendezvous, Killumbuck Longrifles, 11035 TR 54, Killbuck, Ohio. Contact through Facebook page, www.facebook.com/groups/626077024206299. Camp fee of $25 includes one person and all competitions - trail walk/paper shoots Saturday and Sunday, hawk & knife Saturday and archery Saturday. Competition fee is $10 for each additional camper. No-competition camp fee is $15. Competition times are 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday; sign in by 11:30 a.m. Walk-ins welcome for Saturday competitions with primitive dress requested; $15 fee. Visitors not in primitive dress must leave by 5 p.m. Saturday. Walk-ins welcome for Sunday paper shoot; $10 fee. Provide your own drinking water. Public hours 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday.

June 3-10, 2022 - Pre-1840 Encampment at Burr Oak, Burr Oak State Park Campground, Glouster, Ohio 45732. Contact Suzette Sand, bullfrog1975@hotmail.com, 740-536-7854. Camp fee is $40 for adults ages 18 and older. Activities include black powder shooting, archery, tomahawk and knife throwing, cooking contest, auction, pastry toss and children and adult games.

Jun 11-12, 2022 - Colonial Days at South Park, 100 Brinkerhoff Avenue, Mansfield, Ohio. Sponsored by Richland Early American Center for History. Contact Tom Pappas, 419-564-5097. Set up Thursday evening or Friday.  We will have water, wood, restroom facilities, and a food truck will be on site for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.  Grounds feature the 1808 log cabin with Rumford fireplace and baking oven, an original 1812 Blockhouse, and a late 18th/early 19th-century blacksmith/woodworking shop. Dance Saturday evening with period musicians. Camp breakfast for Saturday and Sunday before the event. Details will be given upon arrival. No camp fee. No merchant fee. Take down camp Sunday evening or Monday. Public hours 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

June 17-24, 2022 - NRLHF Old Northwest Territory Primitive Rendezvous, Hidden Hollow Camp, 8672 Richman Road, Lodi, Ohio 44254. Contact Gary Flegel, 303-421-7451. Early setup is Wednesday and Thursday. Pre-registration ends 21 days before start of event. Advanced registration fees are $55 per adult for NMLRA members; $65 for non-members. Children ages 17 and younger are free. Registration at the gate is $80 per person for NMLRA members and $90 for non-members. Non-registered campers pay a $5 per day early setup fee. No trader fee, except camp registration. Registration refunds must be requested in writing at least 21 days before the event begins. No refunds after the event. No pets; NRLHF follows ADA regulations. For more details on fees and rules, visit www.nrlhf.org.

(New event) June 18-19, 2022 - Brigade Napoleon, Fort Meigs, 29100 W. River Road, Perrysburg, Ohio. Contact 419-874-4121, www.fortmeigs.org/events. Juried event; the conflict that engulfed the rest of the world during the War of 1812. Register with Brigade Napoleon, www.brigadenapoleon.org.

June 18-19, 2022 - Prelude to Revolution - The French and Indian War, George Rogers Clark Park, Springfield, Ohio. Sponsored by George Rogers Clark Heritage Association and King's American Regiment / Allison's Company of Kentucky Militia. Juried event that portrays 20 years before the outbreak of the American Revolution when the Ohio Country was part of the French Empire and the homeland to Native peoples. Site of the 1780 Battle of Peckuwe and the venue of the annual Fair at New Boston. Admission $5 for ages 16 and older.

June 24-26, 2022 - Pyrate Fest, Put-in-Bay downtown harbor and DeRivera Park. Contact Put-in-Bay Chamber of Commerce,  419-285-2832. Encampment in the park, marketplace and displays, black powder firing demonstrations, activities, performances. Cardboard boat races at 6 p.m. in harbor.

June 24-July 1, 2022 - Friends of the Old Northwest Primitive Rendezvous, Miller Conservation Farm (now known as Proving Ground Farm), 5670 E. TR 138, Tiffin, Ohio. Contact booshway Vicki Johnson, 419-601-2495, vicki@rendezvousohio.com, or segundo Dave Pitney, 419-296-8165, damapitney@tds.net. Shoots, archery, hawk & knife, cooking contest, Highland games, seminars. Mail pre-registration by May 1 (if possible) 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 21. Call to make arrangements. Setup days area Wednesday-Friday. Open to public 10 a.m.-4 p.m. June 25-30.

July 16-17, 2022 - Revolution on The Tuscarawas, Fort Laurens Museum, ​11067 Fort Laurens Road, Bolivar, Ohio 44697.     Contact 330-874-2059 or 330-874-3011, fortlaurens@gmail.com. Rev War reenactment with 18th-century demonstrations such as music, artillery, cooking, ,edicine, British and American soldiers and others. Public admission is $10 for adults and free for children ages 12 and younger. Proceeds go toward preservation and education. Public hours are 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday.

July 29-31, 2022 - Fort McArthur Long Rifles Rendezvous, near Williamstown, Ohio. Contact Jeff Pell, 419-209-0141, or Lynda Best, lbest43@embarqmail.com, 419-296-2790. Registration required; limited to first 50 camps or 100 shooters. Set up Thursday. Meal provided Thursday evening. Camp fee $20 for single shooter or $30 per family. Rifle, smoothbore, shotgun, pistol, hawk & knife. Provide your own water.

July 30-31, 2022 - Gathering at Garst, 205 N. Broadway, Greenville, Ohio. Hosted by Garst Museum and Darke County Park District. Contact 937-548-5250, info@gatheringatgarst.com, www.gatheringatgarst.com, Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/gatheringatgarst

July 30-31, 2022 - History Alive at Fort Piqua, Johnston Farm & Indian Agency, 9845 N. Hardin Road, Piqua, Ohio. Contact Wayne's Legion of Fort Piqua or Laura Supinger, 937-418-2859, Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/groups/377087019649820. Timeline event portraying the Ohio Country 1745-1865. Vendors, cannons, skirmishes, demonstrations. Public hours 4-9 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. 

Aug. 6-7, 2022 - 18th-Century Colonial Trade Fair at the Mill, Wolf Creek Grist Mill Museum, 3175 SR 3 South, Loudonville, Ohio 44842. Contact Trevor Ross, 419-606-0274, tross1757@gmail.com, mark@wolfcreekmill.org, www.wolfcreekmill.org, Facebook page. Juried event seeking demonstrators and traders. Setup Aug. 5-6 and can stay through Aug. 9. Public hours 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Aug. 7-8. Admission $3/adults and $1 off for wearing period dress. 

Aug. 11-14, 2022 - Living History Encampment at the Henry County Fair, Napoleon, Ohio. Contact Taylor Moyer, 419-906-1660. Time periods are French and Indian War through American Civil War. Setup Wednesday evening. Camp is between historic buildings including the 1897 One room Schoolhouse, c. 1910 Historic Gazebo, 1860s Log Home. Saturday night meal. Limited space for camp sites and demonstrations. Event is during the county fair so not a typical encampment experience.

Aug. 12-14, 2022 - Seneca Muzzleloaders Summer Rendezvous, Sandusky River Coon Hunters grounds, 7575 TR 131, Tiffin, Ohio 44883. Contact Rob Gerding, 419-341-8657, robbob@hush.com. Black powder shoot, archery, hawk and knife, children’s games, potluck Saturday evening. Registration is $25 or $15 and a prize donation. Setup after 2 p.m. Thursday and all day Friday. No pets.

(New event) Aug. 13-14, 2022 - 60 Years' War for Ohio: American Revolution, Fort Meigs, 29100 W. River Road, Perrysburg, Ohio. Contact 419-874-4121, www.fortmeigs.org/events. Juried event; Explore a chapter in the long fight for the Ohio Country. Register with North West Territory Alliance, www.nwta.com

Aug. 27-28 and Sept. 3-5, 2022 - Great Trail Festival, festival grounds, SR 43, Malvern, Ohio. Contact 330-794-9100, www.greattrailfestival.com. Reenactors, musicians, blanket traders and buckskinning families by invitation and inquiry. Cannon firing, tomahawk contest, battle reenactments, French Quarter and participant dinner. Public hours 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

Sept. 1-5, 2022 - Fort Rowdy Gathering, Covington Community Park, 140 W. Broadway, Covington, Ohio. Contact Kari Hollis, 937-570-8548, khollis311@gmail.com, Facebook page  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1644286689160840   . Rendezvous and community festival along the Stillwater River, connected by a 209-foot-long portable footbridge. Free live entertainment on both sides of the river and food and crafts on the festival side. 

Sept. 1-5, 2022 - Greene County Fish & Game Labor Day Rendezvous, 1538 Union Road, Xenia, Ohio 45385. Contact James Moody, 937-805-9313. Camp fee. No extra fee for traders. Competitions include rifle woodswalk, smoothbore woodswalk, archery. hawk & knife, pistol match, pastry toss. 

Sept. 2-4, 2022 - The Fair at New Boston, George Rogers Clark Park, 936 S. Tecumseh, Springfield, Ohio. Contact Pam Cottrel, 937-322-4181, rcottrel@woh.rr.com, 937-882-9216, www.fairatnewboston.org. Sponsored by George Rogers Clark Heritage Association. Invitation-only, juried event. Time period 1790-1812. Friday school day. Entertainment, food, taverns, craftsmen, Woodland Indian village, military encampment, children’s games and puppets, music, street entertainers, shopping. Learn dance steps from 1800. Battle reenactment each day. 

Sept. 9-11, 2022 - Jennings Creek Council Fall Rendezvous, Camp Clay, 9196 Liberty Union Road, Van Wert, Ohio 45891. Contact Paul Reams, paulreams44@gmail.com, for registration form or information. Competitions include rifle, smoothbore, archery, hawk & knife and men’s and women’s games. Canned meat prizes; junior aggregate. Council fire Saturday evening. Wooded and open camp sites. Showers. Flush toilets. Fishing and swimming in the pond. No pets.

Sept. 9-11, 2022 - Pioneer Days, Historic Lyme Village, 5001 SR 4, Bellevue, Ohio. Contact Roger Knight, vrknight@hotmail.com; 419-483-4949. Download registration form at www.lymevillage.org. Set up after noon Thursday or after 2:30 Friday. Student Day Friday. Camp fee $5 per person ages 13 and older if registered by July 1; $10 thereafter. Sutler/vendor fee $35 before July 1, but may be waived if participate in Student Day Friday. After July 1, sutler fee is $50. Saturday meal provided with reservations.

Sept. 15-18, 2022 - Tiffin-Seneca Heritage Festival, lower level of Hedges-Boyer Park, Tiffin, Ohio. Contact Ron and Melissa Kramer, 419-447-6010, www.tiffinfestival.com. Registration required. Early setup available after noon Wednesday. No set-ups Friday until after 2 p.m. and must be completed before 9:30 a.m. Saturday. No camp fee. Call for vendor fees. School day Friday. Public hours 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday. Lantern tour at dusk Friday. No competitions. GPS address: 180 Summit St., Tiffin, Ohio. Printing map from website recommended.

Oct. 1-2, 2022 - American Heritage Days at South Park, 100 Brinkerhoff Avenue, Mansfield, Ohio. Sponsored by Richland Early American Center for History. Contact Tom Pappas, 419-564-5097. Set up Thursday evening or Friday. Friday is a "Food Truck Festival" for townspeople as they watch the official opening and camp set-up. We will have water, wood, restroom facilities, and a food truck will be on site for Saturday, and Sunday.  Grounds feature the 1808 log cabin with Rumford fireplace and baking oven, an original 1812 Blockhouse, and a late 18th/early 19th-century blacksmith/woodworking shop. Dance Saturday evening with period musicians. Camp breakfast for Saturday and Sunday before the event. Details will be given upon arrival. No camp fee. No merchant fee. Take down camp Sunday evening or Monday. Public hours 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. 

Oct. 1-2, 2022 - Life in Early Ohio, Fort Meigs, 29100 W. River Road, Perrysburg, Ohio. Contact 419-874-4121, www.fortmeigs.org/events. Juried event. Pre-registration required; walk-ins will be turned away. Participants must take part in at least one scheduled activity each day. Check-in starts at noon Friday. Everyone ages 16 and older must check in. Lantern tour 7-10 p.m. Friday. Saturday evening dinner provided.

Oct. 6-9, 2022 - Harvest Moon Rendezvous, Infirmary Mound Park, 4351 Lancaster Road, Granville, Ohio. ContactBooshway is Mat Stickles 740-403-1372, vermilionjason@yahoo.com. Pre-1840 event. Setup is Thursday. Rendezvous starts at 9 a.m. Thursday. Camp fee is $10. Vendors camp free. Trade blankets welcome. Public days 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Walk-in shooters welcome, but period dress is required. Rifle and smoothbore woodswalk, hawk & knife, archery, fire starting with re-entry, pistol match is blanket shoot. Saturday evening potluck with auction to follow. No pets.

Oct. 7-8, 2022 - Early American Trades Fair, Log Cabin Shop, 8010 Lafayette Rd, Lodi, Ohio 44254. Contact 330-948-1082, logcabin@logcabinahop.com, www.logcabinshop.com. Meet with and learn from skilled artisans as they work. Handcrafted items for sale and trade. Free admission. Food available. Open noon-6 p.m. Friday and 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday.

Oct. 14-16, 2022 - Seneca Muzzleloaders Fall Rendezvous, Sandusky River Coon Hunters grounds, 7575 TR 131, Tiffin, Ohio 44883. Contact Rob Gerding, 419-341-8657, robbob@hush.com. Black powder shoot, archery, hawk and knife, children’s games, potluck Saturday evening. Registration is $25 or $15 and a prize donation. Setup after 2 p.m. Thursday and all day Friday. No pets. 

Oct. 14-16, 2022 - Sons of Liberty Fall Rendezvous, Canters Cave 4-H Camp, 1362 Caves Road, Jackson, Ohio. Contact Norman Garringer, 740-773-3891, normanga@roadrunner.com. Pre-1840 rendezvous with black powder shoot, hawk and knife and primitive archery competitions. Potluck dinner Saturday night for paid campers only. Friendly event and newbies welcome. 

Oct. 14-16, 2022 - Schoenbrunn Village Trade Faire, Historic Schoenbrunn Village, 1984 E. High Ave., New Philadelphia, Ohio. Contact Jack Johnson, 419-709-2213, for application. Juried event, Ohio frontier 1750-1789; information at www.schoenbrunnvillagefair.org. Home school day 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Friday. Public hours 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday. Located on the site of the Delaware Moravian Village in use from 1772-1777, which features 17 reconstructed buildings including a school, meeting house, four native round log cabins and 14 log cabins. 18th-century trade goods, music, cooking demonstrations, weaving, medical demonstrations, apothecary, musket demonstrations, fife and drum performances, musket firing demonstrations, militia drilling.

Oct. 14-16, 2022 - Girty's Town Rendezvous, north of the High Street bridge along the canal, St. Marys, Ohio. Contact Harold Curry, 419-295-2710, www.facebook.com/groups/312034352147142. Camp fee $10. Beginners and veterans welcome. Nature walk Sunday. Archery and hawk & knife competitions. Blacksmith available. 

Oct. 26-30, 2022 - Greene County Fish & Game Fall Rendezvous, 1538 Union Road, Xenia, Ohio 45385. Contact James Moody, 937-805-9313. Camp fee. No extra fee for traders. Competitions include rifle woodswalk, smoothbore woodswalk, archery. hawk & knife, pistol match, pastry toss.

Nov. 3-6, 2022 - Pathways Women's Rendezvous, Fort La Buse, Belleville, Ohio. Women only. Theme is "Thanksgiving in Early America." Beginners welcome. Contact Barb Dailey, 419-378-5861. Inside accommodations available by reservation. Registration deadline Oct. 1. Camp fee is $30, or $35 at the gate. Setup Thursday; no early arrivals. Thursday supper provided. Seminars and workshops. Competitions. Cooking contest. 

Nov. 4-6, 2022 - Killumbuck Fall Rendezvous, Killumbuck Longrifles, 11035 TR 54, Killbuck, Ohio. Lou Tommelleo, 419-566-3562, tommelleo.1@gmail.com. Camp fee of $25 includes one person and all competitions - trail walk/paper shoots Saturday and Sunday, hawk & knife Saturday and archery Saturday. Competition fee is $10 for each additional camper. No-competition camp fee is $15. Competition times are 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday; sign in by 11:30 a.m. Walk-ins welcome for Saturday competitions with primitive dress requested; $15 fee. Visitors not in primitive dress must leave by 5 p.m. Saturday. Walk-ins welcome for Sunday paper shoot; $10 fee. Provide your own drinking water. Public hours 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday.