Fort Site Activites - Sunday 11am to 4pm
Historical Activities at Washington Park Fort Site Only
Classics on Main Car Show on Main Street
The 2016 Whiskey Rebellion Festival winds up on Sunday with something old and something new. The 12th Annual Classics on Main Car Show, sponsored by the Covered Bridge Region AACA, takes to Main Street from 11am to 4pm. Enjoy prizes, food, and music while checking out the hottest rides and coolest cars with Classics on Main. For more information click here for the Car Show 11am to 4pm.
The Whiskey Rebellion Festival has expanded to Sunday at the Washington County Historical Society’s Frontier Fort in Washington Park. Schneider's Fort welcomes visitors to relive history at its authentic 18th century fort.
Included in the day will be an 18th Century Military Encampment, Native American Encampment and Demonstrations, Hide Tanning, 18th Century Trading Post, period sutlers, 18th Century trade demonstrations and weapons displays, Woodworking Shaving Horse & Treenware Demonstrations. There will also be cannon and musket demonstrations throughout the day. Experience an 18th century Church service, flintlock demonstration, presentation and quick load competition. Enjoy a 18th century Stoolball Demonstration (baseball before baseball was invented). Visit The Hangman’s Noose Tavern at the Hughes Log House and much more.
Sutlers and Vendors – Both Saturday & Sunday at the park
A sutler is a civilian merchant who sells provisions to an army in the field, in camp, or in quarters. Sutlers sold wares from the back of a wagon or a temporary tent, traveling with an army or to remote military outposts.
Visit these merchants / Sutlers
House of Scones
Old Plank Forge
Millcreek Trading Post
Wm.“Wild Willy” Frankfort Horns and Scrimshaw
Hearth Fare Goods
Wylde Celt Suttlery
The Land Pirate
Ghost in the Head Native American Beadwork
Nightengale’s Wrest Sutlery