GRAY — For much of the day on Saturday, June 16, and Sunday, June 17, until noon, The Ancient Ones, a Maine living history group in full period dress, will set up a real Living History Camp from the late 1700s to 1800s.

Back for another season, this popular living history exhibit will feature a large period canvas tent and re-enactors will keep a variety of demonstrations going on all day long, including fire starting, cooking, trading, tomahawk throwing, flint knapping, flintlock muskets, weaving and the like. Visitors will also be invited to try their hand at some the activities.

For more information, visit mainewildlifepark.com, mefishwildlife.com or Facebook.

Maine Wildlife Park volunteer Miriam Bisbee throws the hatchet with Dave Bryant of Maine living history group The Ancient Ones.


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