GROVE, Okla. – Frontier men are descending on Grand Lake this weekend.
The “Mountain Man Rendezvous” begins Friday and lasts through Sunday at Har-Ber Village Museum.
The exhibit represents the early American Frontiersmen from 1700 to 1860 in Living History, said Nicole Reynolds, Har-Ber Village Museum co-manager.
There will be 20 encampments depicting early American life, she said.
Some of the demonstrations include axe demonstrations and tradesmen, along with fur traders, trappers, quilters, and tinsmiths.
Har-Ber Village Museum has been a top family attraction for over 50 years. The pioneer-era village is surrounded by Grand Lake and has over 100 cabins, pioneer-era artifacts, and exhibits.
Admission is from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Cost is for ages 63 and over $7.50, ages 18 to 62 $10, ages 5 to 17 $5, and children under 5 years old are admitted free.
For more information, go to their webpage here.