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5th Annual Benack's Crossing Living HIstory Festival

by Potawatomi Wildlife Park on April 24, 2015
 

Benack's Crossing is May 2-3 at Potawatomi Wildlife Park. Come experience 18th century life skills demonstrated in military camps. Watch the prairie and woodland skirmishes. See military drilling, single stick demonstrations, tomahawk throwing and cavalry demonstrations. Hear the boom of cannon and gun fire!


Enjoy this this 2-day family event which runs Saturday May 2nd from 9 am-5pm & Sunday May 3rd 9am -3pm. Entry fee is only $10/vehicle so it is a budget friendly family event.  Pack the cars and come out!
Flyer and schedule are available for download on the park's website at GetIntoNature.com.

http://www.getintonature.com/events/Downloads/2015BenackFlyer.pdf
http://www.getintonature.com/events/Downloads/2015BenackSchedule.pdf

Feel free to bring your lawn chairs to view the battlefield skirmishes on the prairie or watch and learn from one of the several demonstrations in the camp.

Where:
Potawatomi Wildlife Park
16998 State Road 331
Tippecanoe, IN 46570

When:
May 2-3, 2015
Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Contact: For more information please contact 574.498.6550
Cost: $10 per vehicle entry fee
 


About Potawatomi Wildlife Park: Potawatomi Wildlife Park is a free-admission 317 acre park along the Tippecanoe River south of Bourbon, IN. It is in Marshall County, just over the Kosciusko County border. Coming from the north, the park entrance is located approximately 1/2 mile south of State Road 10 directly across from 17th Road. Coming from the south, the entrance is approximately 1/2 mile north of the Tippecanoe Bridge on State Road 331.

Protecting both historic and prehistoric features, the Park is also open daily from sunrise to sunset for you to walk the trails and observe or study wildlife or learn about the historic features the park preserves.

    

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