Rendezvous in Mackinaw
August 1-3, 2014
18th and 19th Century life in Native American, Military and Civilian Encampment at Fort Michilimackinac, Mackinaw City, Michigan. The Fort Michilimackinac's intent is to present Native Americans, Americans, French and English as they mixed together in the 1700's and early 1800's in the Mackinaw Region.
The 18th Century Trade Fair will feature merchants and blanket traders with 18th and 19th Century crafts, clothing and accessories. There will also be Musket Firing, Cooking and other demonstrations. Hawk and knife, archery and other competitions.
Tentative Schedule of Events
Friday August 1, 2014
10am Camp setup, Merchant area open to the public
1pm Kids Games & Competitions
Saturday August 2nd, 2014
10am Encampment & Merchant area open to the public
11am Hawk & Knife Competition
12pm Musket firing demonstration
1pm Looting of Merchant stores, Central Avenue & Mackinaw Crossings. Ending with a Skirmish in Mackinaw Crossings Performance Court with Native American Militia.
3pm Fashion Show
4pm Kids Games/Camp Competition
8pm Public Auction of 18th & 19th Century items and blanket raffle. Mackinaw Crossings at the Performance Court.
10pm Encampment and Merchant area closed.
10pm Live band performing at The Depot in Mackinaw Crossings.
Sunday August 3, 2014
10am Encampment & Merchant area open to the public.
1pm Looted items presented to Re-enactor’s and Merchants.
1:30pm Skirmish in Performance Court in Mackinaw Crossings.
4pm Encampment are closed to public.
Times and Events are subject to change due to weather or other situations. Demonstrations will be going on throughout camp from 10am-8pm.
More Northern Michigan Summer Info...
- Weddings on Mackinac Island
- Rendezvous in Mackinaw
- Cruise the Inland Waterway from Near Lake Michigan to Lake Huron
- Life's a Beach in Northern Michigan
- M-119 Tunnel of Trees from Harbor Springs to Cross Village
- Summer Swimming in Northern Michigan
- Icebreaker Mackinaw Maritime Museum
- Charlevoix is Lined with Petunias!
- Charlevoix's Four Beaches
- Bear River Valley Recreation Area Whitewater Map
- Lake Charlevoix Mariners
- Learning to Sail--Little Traverse Sailors
- Bay View--A Summer Chautauqua
- Harbor Springs by Water
- Sailing in Northern Michigan for Adults & Kids
- Kayaking Up North Is The Best!
- Fort Mackinac is Filled with History
For more activities & attractions, check out these additional links for Things to Do in Northern Michigan:
Harbor Springs, Michigan -- Harbor Springs is the place to try new things! Rent a bike or a kayak, go snow tubing, attend a concert or an art fair, or play a round of golf with friends.
Petoskey -- There's so much to do in Petoskey from the Bear River Valley Recreation Area, to Petoskey State Park, to biking, golfing, hiking, and more.
Charlevoix, Michigan -- Visiting Charlevoix in Northern Michigan is a fun-filled vacation with great beaches, boating, skiing, fishing and year 'round family fun.
Things to Do in Boyne City, Michigan -- Nothing is quite like Boyne City in Northern Michigan with camping, boating, skiing, year 'round outdoor activities, and of course, the morel mushroom!
Lots of Activities in Mackinaw City, Michigan -- Explore Mackinaw City in Northern Michigan for history, the International Dark Sky Park, and outdoor activities.
Mackinac Island -- Take a step back in time and find lots of things to do when you visit Mackinac Island by horseback or bike--no cars allowed!
Northern Michigan Activities & Things to Do -- Northern Michigan offers many fun things to do for the entire family whatever the season, whatever the reason!