WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind (WLFI) - Saturday was a beautiful day for those who came out to Fort Ouiatenon for the Feast of the Hunters' moon preview.
Area residents who came out to the the battlefield got a taste of what they can expect to see at this year's festival. This year marks the 46th year for the festival and organizers expect more people to attend this year than last year.
Organizers said they no longer keep track of how many hours it takes to put the festival on as it keeps growing every year.
Feast Coordinator Leslie Martin Conwell said people come from all over to attend the annual festival.
"We also have had people come in from France and England, we get a lot international visitors because of the history behind the feast. For some of them it's their own history, if they're from France or England," said Conwell.
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