Yellow River Echoes
Join us for the uniquely special Yellow River Echoes event
June 24 and 25
"A Living History Fur Trade Experience"
Yellow River Echoes re-enacts the life of fur traders and their Ojibwe neighbors known to have been active during the North West and XY Company's residence here during the years of 1802-1805. As well as history from Burnett County after the fur trade.
Visit the North West and XY Company posts and the Ojibwe village, and observe the campsites of historical re-enactors as they prepare food, participate in fur-trade era games, and demonstrate primitive skills.
Camping for Yellow River Echoes is by invitation. Contact Derrick Johnson <firstname.lastname@example.org> if you are interested.
General Admission including Tour of Fur Posts and Ojibwe Indian Village 10am - 4pm