Check out these great sessions in the Workshop Tent in the middle of the field.
Learn the basics of flyfishing! Dave Swan will hold casting demos and will answer all your questions about the basics of flyfishing.
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Want to learn more about the basics of beekeeping? Mike Dahlberg will lead a 30-minute workshop on the how-tos of beekeeping including what type of equipment you need, what to do with it, and when to start. For those not ready for their own hive, Mike will share alternate ideas on how to increase the pollinator population in your area.
This is a hands-on workshop where people are encouraged to ask and invited to touch the hive and honey extraction equipment. The session will culminate with a honey extraction from recently pulled frames.
Meet these vendors in their tents for these fun and informative workshops and demos
Learn how to up the backcountry coffee game! Demo includes samples of coffee and how steeped, Aeropress, French press styles of brewing can work in the wild.
Interested in learning how to fly fish? Jamie SanFilippo will hold hourly casting demonstrations at her tent. Get hands on experience with fly fishing rods. Stop by her tent to enter to win a FREE Half Day Guided Trip for Two.
Appalachian Outdoors will hold presentations on local adventure including what to do and where to go locally. Learn more about the essential items to take on a hike. Also, check out a display of adventure equipment link tents and hammock racks.
Elevate your camping experience with Journeyman Hammocks. Join us at our booth and learn everything you need for a warm, comfortable, dry night’s sleep under the trees. Test our simple, complete, robust Journeyman Hammock Camp today. Get off the ground. It’s better up here.
Local Historia is here to shine light upon the past, connect with community in the present, and preserve local history for the future. Sign-up for historic walking tours of Talleyrand Park and the surrounding area. Tours leave hourly from 1-3 pm.
Help save the Monarch Butterfly and learn more about why milkweed is an important part of our ecosystem. Join Amy and Jeff in making milkweed seedballs with airdried clay in the shape of caterpillars, snails, and snakes. Take the seedballs home and spread the milkweed seeds at your home. Gloves will be provided.
Meet Sue in her tent for a workshop that includes using medicinal plants to create herbal remedies. Sue will be showcasing how to Make herbal medicine such as salves & tinctures.
Have an interest in croquet? Join the Talleyrand Croquet Club for a pick up game of croquet for fun and social entertainment.