Visitors on Saturday and Sunday will get a feel for what early pioneers did to prepare foods, garden and farm, care for animals, and attend a one-room school house.
During Pioneer Days, there will be reenactors demonstrating many skills that were necessary in the early days in Ohio.
Visitors also can take a tour of the John Wright Mansion. Built in 1882, it has been restored to show visitors how life was in this beautiful home.
Here are other attractions this weekend:
• Tours of Merry Schoolhouse, a one-room school house from the 1880s
• Weavers and spinners making yarn and thread used to produce clothing
• Visits with Mr. and Mrs. Abe Lincoln
• Discussions with the “uncommon Union Soldier” and a cannon display
• An early 1800s mountain man and buckskinner
• Broom-making demonstration
• Various musical instruments such as the dulcimer and string instruments
• The Pioneer Days String Instrument band
• Taylor’s Battery, a Confederate Artillery group
• Visit the Indian campsites and teepees
• The blacksmith shop
• The Postmark Collectors Club Museum located in the visitors’ center