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Fort Loudoun Market Fair

1720 North Brooklyn Road,
Fort Loudon, PA 17224
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  • Presented By: Fort Loudon Historical Society
  • Dates: June 24, 2022 - June 26, 2022
  • Recurrence: Recurring daily
  • Location: Fort Loudoun Historic Site
  • Time: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
  • Price: $5 for Adults, 17 & under free
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Step back in time and visit an 18th Century Market Fair. Experience the sights, smells, music, and craftsmanship of the 18th Century. This juried event will feature over 50 18th Century artisans selling their wares, a chance to shoot at marks, and a glimpse of frontier life during the 18th Century. Sponsored by MUZZLELOADER Magazine and the Franklin County Visitors Bureau. Artisanal food, speakers, games for children, Faire Wynds Circus, live music by Sons of Liberty and Susquehanna Bucks. Great food vendors on site.

Admission: Adult $5, 17 and under FREE. Friday (9 am-5pm), Saturday (9am-5pm), and Sunday (9am-4pm).

Campers—there is still time to register (application at www.fortloudounpa.com) deadline is May 27th

Artisans attending (As of April 1, 2022):

  • Wm. Booth Draper
  • Gossville Shoes
  • Common Grounds Pottery
  • Fashion Revisited
  • White Historic Art
  • Avalon Valley Woodworks
  • Carroll Ross Bent Wood Boxes
  • Blue Cat Buttonworks
  • Dan Hrinko Boxmaker
  • Leather from the Past
  • The Joiner Shoppe
  • Dave Morris Cabinet Maker
  • Donna Selfridge Spangler Fraktur Art
  • Steinhagen Pottery
  • Gen Is He Yow Trading Company
  • FEW Cooperage
  • Fort Vause Outfitters
  • James Tomasek Handcrafted Baskets
  • Jason Cherry- Author
  • Muzzleloader Magazine
  • Stonehouse History
  • J&S Gier Artificers
  • Chadds Ford Canvas
  • Warriors Path
  • Kaufmann Fine Furniture
  • Half Crown Bakery
  • Hussar Saddlery
  • Old Dominion Forge
  • Black Powder Pouches
  • The Shortbread Exchange
  • Margaret L. Bickenheusen Baskets
  • Craftsman to the Past
  • Early American Tin
  • Millicent Hughes- Author
  • J. Mitchell Yates Colonial American Artist
  • Muggs and Juggs Jackware
  • Gilson & Sons
  • Tin Man Roy
  • Simeon England Accoutrements
  • Tim Sanner Powder Horns
  • Stonefield Accoutrements
  • Valerie Skinner- artist
  • J. Rook Tailoring & Trunks
  • Village Restorations-log hewing demonstration
  • Jim Everett-gun building demonstration
  • Paul Supley-18th Century medicines display
  • Conococheague Institute-Children’s Games


Music:

  • Sons of Liberty (Friends of The Sons of Liberty) (Early American)
  • Susquehanna Bucks (Celtic)


Entertainment:

  • Faire Wynds Circus
  • Fllintlock Matches on Friday & Saturday


Food Vendors:

  • Antietam Dairy
  • Edward's Kettlecorn
  • Uncle Eddie's BBQ
  • Shuman's Concessons
  • Jenni's Knife and Spork
  • Redneck Dogs


18th Century Campers, inquire to: history@fortloudounpa.com

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