GRAY — The Ancient Ones of Maine will set up a living history camp on Saturday and Sunday, June 11 and 12, at Maine Wildlife Park, Route 26.

Group will visit the park until noon both days.

The group will wear full period dress and re-enact life from the late 1700s to 1800s.

Exhibit will feature a variety of demonstrations, including fire-starting, cooking, trading, tomahawk-throwing, flint-knapping, flintlock muskets and weaving. Visitors will be invited to try their hand at some of the activities.

Cameras are recommended.


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