Posted by Jayne on September 23, 1999 at 20:38:46:
In Reply to: Re: 18th Century Clothing and Hunter's Moon posted by Dana S. on September 23, 1999 at 15:17:47:
: : : Thanks for the welcome MMMMarcia, Danalee and Caitlin!
: : : I'm looking for 18th century clothing. Men's and women's. Holloween is just around the corner.
: : : I was hoping there would be some clothing venders at The Feast of the Hunter's Moon(?) in IN. Has anyone whose been there ever noticed? We are planning on attending this year for the first time. I've heard about it for years. If anyone else is going let me know. That would be cool to say hey in person.
: : Hi, Dana!
: : I was so thrilled to hear you are going to the Feast. I have gone several times and love it (although it is getting to be a bit too crowded for my liking). I think I will be going on Oct. 3. There are clothing vendors, as well as many others. There is a good website you might want to check out for details on the activities both Sat. and Sun. (www.tcha.mus.in.us). I have found that it's best to get there early when it opens at 10:00. Are you from IN?
: : Jayne
: : : Dana
: : : Hi, Jayne!
: I live in Indy. I'm not sure what day we will be attending. If it turns out to be the 3rd, I'll let you know. I would be a shame to not at least say hey. Do you live in IN?
: Thank you very much for the website. I will surely check it out. Thanks,too, for the advice about arriving early. I'm not really fond of crowds either.
Hey, Hoosiers in Mohicanland! I love it! I'm from Indy as well. It would be great to meet with you at the Feast. As time gets closer we can email and figure out the particulars. Would love to meet Caitlin, too. We'll have a mini-gathering by the Wabash River! I understand the focus this year will be a battle between General Marquis de Montcalm and General Wolfe (Battle of Quebec perhaps? - where I believe they both met their Makers in 1759). Keep in touch.
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