Event Schedule

Fort Henry Days
Labor Day Weekend
Oglebay Site 1
10am – 5pm Daily

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11:00-12:00 Artillery Demonstration – Fort McIntosh Garrison
12:00-1:00 Doug Wood – The Roles of American Indian Women in War
1:00-2:00 Wayward Companions – 18th Century Music
2:00-3:00 Fort Henry Dancers
3:00-4:00 Battle Reenactment – “Hold Down the Fort”

4:00-5:00 Gallowglass – 18th Century Music

Marquee Tent:

Punch & Judy Show – Mousetrap Puppet Theater – 10:30-11, 12-12:30, 1:30-2

Sunday, September 5, 2021

10:00-11:00: 18th Church Service with Parson Geoff Baggett
11:00-12:00 Tre Megown – Wild Medicinal Plants and Herbs
12:00-1:00 Greg Park – Baroque and Rococo Carving of Musket Stocks
1:00-2:00 Eric Weisbeth – The Girty Brothers
2:00-3:00 Geoff Baggett – Revolutionary War in a Trunk
3:00-4:00 Battle Reenactment – “Hold Down the Fort”
4:00-5:00 Faire May – 18th Century Music

Marquee Tent:

Punch & Judy Show – Mousetrap Puppet Theater – 11-11:30, 12:30-1, 2-2:30

Ongoing Demonstrations All Weekend

Elizabeth Huxford – “The Modern Woman”: Native Life in the 18th Century

Bill Smith – Silas Moore the Ratcatcher

Nathan Mutchler of Blackfork Forge- Blacksmithing

Sons of the American Revolution, Ebenezer Zane Chapter

Daughters of the American Revolution

Kenneth Hoover – Period weapons (including rifle used at original Fort Henry)

Hershey’s Hats – Hatmaking

Kara Gordon of The Rose in the Heather – 18th century sewing and mantuamaking

Children’s Scavenger Hunt (starts at registration desk)

*Schedule Subject to Change