BUTLER — Mohican Outdoor School will host its Annual Walk in the Past on Saturday, Nov. 3, from noon to 4 p.m.
Those who participate will step back in time and experience life in Ohio during the early 1800s. There will be hands-on learning stations for the family: Tomahawk throwing, pioneer cooking, candle making, face painting, walk the goats, hold the rabbits, find gold and silver to barter with the trader and more. Hands-on stations begin at noon, with a musket demonstration at 12:30, hammer dulcimer music at 1 p.m., Irish dancing at 1:30, puppet show with Queen Bee Puppetry at 2 p.m., living history skit at 3 p.m., and raffle at 4.
There is a charge per family. There will be cornbread, beans, apple butter and apple cider for an extra cost. Mohican Outdoor School is at 5370 Bunkerhill North Road, Butler.
See the website at http://www.mohicanoutdoorschool.org/ or for more information email info@ mohicanoutdoorschool.org.
Published on November 1, 2012