River Rendezvous photos
Watch enactors use the technology of a bygone era – a time before power drills, Xboxes and microwaved entrees – when clothing was simply constructed and transportation ate grass.
Wally Hunter teaches authentic blacksmithing techniques.
John Beltman gives a lesson on how to make furniture.
Chris Scanlon appeals to everyone's sweet tooth by showing how real maple sugar and maple
syrup are made.
Grinding corn is one of the activities that students can participate in at River Rendezvous.
Gerry Barker talks with a parent while on his trusty horse, D.J.
Fun and games go hand-in-hand with learning every year at River Rendezvous.
Pierre Uebe shows off an animal fur. All of our re-enactors make sure to include all children
in each presentation. Bloomington Parks and Recreation actively supports the inclusion of all
students in our programs. If you have any questions or concerns please call Greg Boatman at
Native American stations are always a favorite of the school groups that visit River
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