The Richland Early American Center for History invites you to discover life in early America during the 18th and 19th Century from living historical reenactors. Throughout the day there will be crafts, trades, demonstrations, and activities, including Blacksmithing, Games and Children’s Activities, Open Hearth Cooking Demonstrations, and Civilian and Military Reenactments. Grounds feature the 1808 log cabin with Rumford fireplace and baking oven, an original 1812 Blockhouse, and a late 18th/early 19th-century blacksmith/woodworking shop. Public hours 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
**Food Truck will be on site for our event for visitors and re-enactors.
***Friday, September 30th is “Food Truck Friday” for townspeople as they watch the official opening and camp set up.
Set up Thursday, October 5th in evening or Friday, October 6th. We will have water, wood, restroom facilities, and a food truck will be on site for Friday, Saturday, & Sunday. Dance Saturday evening with period musicians. Camp breakfast for Saturday and Sunday before the event. Details will be given upon arrival. No camp fees. No merchant fees. Take down camp Sunday evening or Monday.