Saturday, May 25, 2019 at 9:00am
Step back in time and see the history unfold as we tell you the story of the Native Americans and pioneers from this area in our Taloga outdoor drama. Experience a Fur Trade Era Rendezvous encampment. Mountain Men, Fur Traders and Native Americans in period dress. See what it was like to live back in the 1700's and 1800's. Enjoy the music and dancing at the 9th Annual Native Woodland Gathering. Learn about Native Culture and traditions.
Taloga Outdoor Drama - All Volunteer Cast
Rendezvous Encampment 1840
Native Woodland Gathering - Native American Heritage
Musical entertainment by Mad River Dulcimers, and DJ by American Entertainment Joseph Pine
Games and competitions: Archery Competition, Woman's games, Senica Run, Hawk and Knife competition, Lizard Pull, and Corn Hole Contest.
All day Arts and Crafts, Collecible Booths.Pickers Auction
Come and enjoy the Memorial Day Parade and Memorial Service, Come and join in on the fun for the entire weekend. Bring the whole family and enjoy the good food and drink also.
All Day: Yard sales in Zanesfield
All Day: Craft, Collectible Booths and Food Vendors
9:00am: Library Book Sale
9:30am: Dr. Earl Sloan Double Tourney (Petanque Court)
10:30am: Archery Competition (Encampment)
11:00am: Citizen of the Year (Shelter House)
12:00pm: Grand Entry - Woodland Gathering (Main Dance Circle)
1:00pm-4:00pm: Pony Rides Marmon Valley Farms (east 1 mile on CR 153)
2:00pm: Taloga Outdoor Drama (Drama Area - Weather permitting)
4:00pm: Woodland Gathering Resumes (Main Dance Circle)
4:30pm: Hawk and Knife Competition (Encampment)
5:00pm-9:00pm: Hog Roast
5:30pm: Woodland Gathering Closing
6:00pm: Clarence Gibson Shooting Contest abd Finals (Petanque Court)
6:00pm-10:00pm: Musical Entertainment by American Entertainment (Shelter House)
8:00pm: Encampment only is closed to the public Please bring lawn chairs for your entertainment comfort.
Admission is Free
Drama Admission: $4.00
children 6-12: $2.00
No charge for children under 6
JOIN FOR JUST $16 A YEAR