A fun way to learn about history.
Saturday, July 8, following the parade until 7 pm
- The Bradford House, located at 175 S. Main Street, will be open for walk-throughs of the first floor
- The Whiskey Rebellion Education and Visitor Center, located at 184 S. Main Street, will be open for walk-throughs.
- The Meeting House, located at 182 S. Main Street, will have various demonstrators.
- We encourage everyone to visit on another day for a full tour.
Courthouse Tours - 30 minutes
- 12:30 pm, court-related
- 1 pm, history-related
- 1:30 pm, court-related
- 2 pm, history-related
- 2:30 pm, court-related
- 3 pm, history-related
- 3:30 pm, court-related
History & Landmark, Architectural Tour - 1 hour
- 1 pm — Meet Sandy in front of the Whiskey Rebellion Education and Visitor Center
Demonstrators and Reenactors
Saturday, July 8, from 11:30 am to 5 pm — Located throughout the festival
- Reenactors can be found in the Saturday morning parade, in the history group section.
- Applegate's School of Needlework will be at the Meeting House.
- Kathy Wells will spin on a portable loom at the Meeting House.
- Dona Hamilton will demonstrate hook rugging at the Meeting House.
- Kate Cunning and Jorma will have cooking demonstrations at the Bradford House's cabin.
- Wayne's Legion will be set up beside the Bradford House cabin and offer children's musket drills.
- Additional participants will be added as confirmed.
History and Heritage Area
Saturday, July 8, from 11:30 am to 5 pm — Washington Financial employee parking lot
- History groups and associations are invited to display their materials during the day on Saturday.
- The History and Heritage Area will be located at the Washington Financial Employee parking lot; at the intersection of Main Street and Wheeling Street.
- History groups sponsored by Range Resources.
History groups sponsored by Range Resources.