Liberty Days

Come join us to speak to costumed reenactors and celebrate an 18th century style Independence Day.

Ladies Tea

For those interested in reenacting, or those wanting to polish their personas. Contact: Deb Cassidy,

Siege of Fort Randolph

See demonstrations and learn about frontier life skills in the Fort and nearby Indian Village. Outdoor Drama on Saturday. Schedule: Friday, May 18 – School tours, 9 am to 2 pm; Gates close at 5 pm. Saturday, May 19 – Demonstrations 9 am to noon; Trade blanket shopping 9 am to 11 am; Flag Raising Ceremony, 10 am; Magistrate Court, 12:30 pm; “The Siege of Fort Randolph: The Death of Cornstalk” Outdoor Drama, 2 pm; Running of the Gauntlet at the Indian Village, 3 pm; Auction, 4 pm. Gates close at 5 pm. Sunday, May 20 – Gates open at 9 am; Church services, 10 am. Gates close at 2 pm. Gift shop is open during Fort hours. General Admission is $3, Children 6 and under free.

Christmas on the Frontier

Fort Randolph's reenactors invite you to join them for a frontier Christmas celebration. Gingerbread cookies and punch are just the beginning of a frontier Christmas feast. Colonial entertainment with music, singing, dancing and story telling follows dinner. Don your colonial best and celebrate the Christmas season at Fort Randolph.

Harvest Fest / Tales in the Tavern

Family games, 18th century ghost tales, cider making.

Ladies Hat/Accessories Seminar

Ladies' Hat/Accessories Seminar 11 a.m.- 1 p.m. Fort Randolph reenactors kick off the Spring with the first of the 2017 monthly seminars on colonial living. This one is for the ladies. Materials furnished. Learn about 1700's frontier fashion.

Fort Randolph Summer Seminar #2

Second seminar at Fort Randolph. Knife Making-$75.00. For the ladies, 18th Century Breads & Spreads-$20.00 (complete with bread making and tasting). Lunch, in the colonial style, provided for seminar participants.

Fort Randolph Summer Seminar #3

Last of the summer seminars. Blanket Coat & Mittens-$50.00; for the ladies, Ladies' Winter Accessories-$15.00 (Make a fur muff). Lunch, in the colonial style, provided for seminar participants.