18th Century Market Fair

18th Century Market Fair at Locust Grove

Saturday, October 27 – Sunday, October 28, 2018
10:00am – 4:30pm

Experience the 18th century with all five senses! You are invited to join Locust Grove and the Illinois Regiment of Virginia as we bring the spirit of the past alive with the Market Fair. You can participate in 18th-century style entertainment, purchase replicas of 18th-century military and household items, and enjoy food and drink as our founders did, see the pony cart, sheep, and horses, and meet and converse with early Americans. Mock battles for our country’s independence feature General George Rogers Clark’s own company, the Illinois Regiment of Virginia, as well as British Dragoons and Marines. Admission $8 adults, $4 children.

Vendors and Demonstrators
(Blankenbaker Lane side of the house)

96 District Fabric: Historic Textiles and Sewing Notions
Albemarle Arms: Flintlock Gun Builder
Apple Cart Creations: Spinner, Knitter, Fiber Arts
Blue Heart Shop: 18th century General Store
Cathy Grafton Silk Ribbon Embroidery: Embroidery and Quilting
Custom Wig Company: Historic Wig Making Demonstration
Dancing Weasel Silver: Silversmith
Daniel Boone of Kentucky: 18th century General Store
Flying Canoe Traders: 18th century clothing
Heirloom Spoons: Hand carved wooden wares
Hen House Forge: Blacksmith
Illuminations: Fyne Lighting
J. Henderson Artifacts: Stoneware
Kentuckee Trading Post: 18th century clothing
Kentucky Quahog: Handmade copies of original wampum belts
Loom Hall: Weaver
M. Cain, Blacksmith
Margaret L Bickenheuser, Maker and Purveyor of Fine Baskets
and Seat Weaving
Matthew the Cordwainer: Handmade Shoes and Leather Goods
McCannon Creek Station: Antiques, Firearms, and General Store
Michael Thompson: Fiddle maker
Old Dominion Forge: 18th century Cutlery and Pewter
Quill’s Hoard Bookshoppe: Bookseller
R. McKinney, 1777: 18th century Woodworker
Romantically Bent: 18th century clothing
Samson Historical: General Merchant
Shady Grove Woodworks: 18th century woodworking
Sheldon Pewter: Hand Cast Pewter
Simple Soap Works: Handmade herbal lye soaps
Smoke and Fire Co: 18th century general store
Spring Valley Lodges: Tents and Tent Supplies
Strano Books: Bookbinding
Turkey Roost Traders: 18th century clothing
Virginia Floor Cloth Company: Handmade floor cloths and hand
dyed and printed scarves
Weeping Heart Trade Co.: Fine leather goods and reproduction
clothing
West Fork Forge: 18th century cutlery
Wm. Rudolph: Maps, Charts, and Prints
Zettlemoyer Pottery: Redware

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For participating reenactors, please register here.

To expedite the registration process, once you have registered, please complete the following forms and email them to Brian Cushing at bcushing@locustgrove.org.
Forms may also be presented or completed upon arrival to the site for the event.
ReenactorPacket_2018

Market Fair Artillerys Rules

2018 Temporary Volunteer Form

Firearms Guidelines for Market Fair

2018 Participant Waiver
Hosted by Kellar’s Company of the Illinois Regiment of Virginia.