Fort Toulouse-300 Celebrations-August 3rd, 2013
Robert Pictou-Native Elder
Native Smudging Ceremony-Robert Pictou-10am
18th. Century Farmers Market-10am-3pm- Silver collection as admission at the door.
Makayla Mathews Scottish Dancer
Jason Williams- performs from 10:30am to 10: 50am
Jaden Seymour- performs from 10:50-11:00 amMaKayla Mathews and Grace DeWolfe from 11:05 to 11:20am
Jaden Seymour- 11:20 to 11:25amMakayla Mathews 11:25 to 11:30
Native dancers- 11:50 to 12pm
Native Drummers - entertains from 12pm to 12:05pm
Beggar’s Banquet-12pm -2pm- Tickets $60.00 per person or $30.00 for children under 12 years of age.
Gaels in the Gaol- Jail 2pm-3:30pm- Most wanted -Parker Stone-Blair Martell- Gerry Gibson- Serve their time!!!
Leona Burkey- performs at 2pm to 2:30pm
Adam Cooke -performs from 2:30pm to 3pm
Kenny Pettipas- performs from 3pm to 3:30pm
Native Smudging ceremony-Robert Pictou-6pm
8pm- Battery Park by the Teepee- Camp fire series-Native Presentation and Ghost Stories around the Campfire- Free to the public
Native presentation of cooking Luskinikn the native bread over the campfire. Samples of this delicious bread will be given out to our guests.
The presentation will be followed by Ghost Stories told by Pamela Samson
The Overnighter: Join the 18th. Century Militia for a camping experience in the park. Bring your own tent. Campfire at 9pm. To Book a campsite call 1-888-544-3434. Regular overnight camping fees apply.