We invite you to step into the past! Come see a living portrayal of how people lived before 1840. Enjoy a program of music and games and see artisans demonstrating crafts such as flint knapping, broom making, blacksmithing, soap making, weaving and more. There will be vendors for food and primitive merchandise on sale.
General Public Days: January 24-25, 2020
Gates open at 9am, all visitors must exit by 4pm.
Alafia River Rendezvous provides ample opportunities for members and visitors to learn about the pioneer spirit of our ancestors, how they lived and the skills they used to survive. The Metis’ Indians also establish a traditional native village with teepees in the camp.
There will be vendors for food, primitive lifestyles and souvenirs. Visitors will see many demonstrations by the reenactors of historic skills and portrayals of life on the frontier before 1840. There is a full music program that will be performed on-stage, featuring both local and nationally recognized performers.
Visitor Admission (Cash Only):
$5 Seniors (60+) & Children (4-15)
Free – Children 3 & under