Date(s) & Time(s)::
Daily from June 2, 2012 until June 3, 2012
Location: Ouabache State Park near Bluffton, IN
Phone: (260) 468-2127
Join the Living History Event at Ouabache State Park
Drive out for the day to enjoy family friendly events at Ouabache State Park near Bluffton, In. Living History on the Ouabache is to be held June 2 & 3. You won’t want to miss stepping back in time to learn about our past. Join us!
Saturday & Sunday, June 2 – 3
Open to the Public:
Saturday 1 pm – 6 pm
Sunday 11 am – 4 pm
1:00 – 3:00 Hands-on Activities near the fire tower
Tomahawk Throwing Demonstration, Necklace Making, Games of Skill
3:00pm Bison from the Brink (Saturday only)
Why were bison important long ago? Why are they here at Ouabache? Learn answers to these questions as well as meet these creatures up close! A short stroll from the Bison Pen Shelter.
9:00 pm Evening Gathering and Sunset Ceremony
Public and Re-enactors Invited to Attend (Saturday Only)
Events will be held near the bison pen and fire tower at Ouabache State Park near Bluffton, IN. Visitor parking is available. The history event is free; there is a $5 per car entrance fee ($7 for out of state vehicles) to get into the Park.
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