Fort Harrison 
Daniel Harrison House, circa 1749

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What's Happening at Fort Harrison
Look below for details on major events taking place at Fort Harrison in the coming months:
                  FORT HARRISON
            Colonial Trades Fair
                   JUNE 22, 2019          
                  10 am til 4 pm

    Come learn about trades of the past from our talented tradespeople! Dance with the Shenandoah Colonial Dance group. Learn how a flintlock musket is fired.  Hand crafted goods for sale. Free event.  Food available.
New trades this year include: 

Floor Cloth Maker
18th Century Watercolor Artist
Tape Loom Maker and Weaver
Flax Processing.

Basketmaker                                   Clyde Jenkins, Stanley
Blacksmith                                       Glen Bryant. Clifton Forge

Broom Maker                                  Gary Robinson. Warm Springs

Cabinetmaker                                  Ray Pine, Mount Crawford

Children's Toys                               Susan Smith, Dayton

Colonial Medicine                          Dan Michael, Bridgewater
Engraver                                            Mark Thomas, Dayton

Floorcloth Maker                           Chris Washack, , Leraysville, PA.

Land Surveyors                               Dave Ingram, Mount Crawford
                                                               Eric Pyle, Harrisonburg

Leatherworker                                 Andrew Kilcup, Bridgewater

Potter                                                   Cathie Miranda, Luray

Smoked Food Preservation         Tim & Terry Duff, Monterey

Tape Loom Maker                            Paul & Elissa Parish, Staunton
and Weaver 

Watercolor Artist                             Leah Kilcup, Bridgewater

Weaving and Spinning                  Donna Robinson, Rockingham
                                                                 Vicki Mongold,  Fulks Run
                                                                 Ann Follansbee,  Edinburg
                                                                 Waltraud Hornick, Front Royal
Dancing and Music by Shenandoah Colonial Dancers