TIPPECANOE COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI) - Fort Ouiatenon will be a flurry of activity October 5th and 6th during the 46th annual Feast of the Hunters' Moon.
Visitors will be transported back to the mid-1700s when the fort was a fur trading site for Native American and French settlers. Authentic food, drum and fife corps, and merchants selling hand-crafted goods are just some of this year's highlights.
Along with the traditional favorites, there are some new features this year. Several new crafts can be seen including an 18th century printing press. For a list of full vendors and performers, head to the Tippecanoe County Historical Association's website.
Advance tickets are still available. They can be purchased here or in person at the following places: Payless Supermarkets, Farmers State Bank, Lafayette Bank and Trust, Purdue Federal Credit Union and Regions Bank.
Feast coordinator Lesley Martin Conwell recently stopped by New 18 Daybreak to give Feast-goers a preview of what to expect.
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