NRLHF 19th Northeastern Primitive Rendezvous
This is a week long reenactment of a rendezvous, where fur trappers, long hunters, American Indians and frontier families gather to experience the way people lived in the 17th and early 18th centuries. Sutlers will be selling a variety of supplies.
This event is sponsored by the National Rendezvous and Living History Foundation, Inc.
You’ll be able to walk through the encampment, talk to the people and see demonstrations of frontier skills.
NO PETS allowed.
For NMLRA members and spouse or significant other, pre-registration is $45 for each person. For non-members, the fee is $55 for each person. The fee for dependents age 18 and older is $22.50 each. Children 17 and younger are free. Registration at the gate for those who did not pre-register will be an additional $10 per person.
Rendezvous fees include a medallion, all competitions and camp dinner. Seminars may have a small fee.
No pets are allowed in the Primitive areas. Pets are allowed in Modern area; however, they are subject to the NRLHF nuisance policy. The NRLHF follows the ADA rules and regulations regarding Service Dogs.
Open to the Public July 20 & 21 from 9am - 5pm
For more information about this event, Jeff Hunt, 607-221-5366 or email@example.com