GREENVILLE - The Gathering at Garst Committee and the Garst Museum would like to thank the Maid-Rite Sandwich Shoppe and Wayne Hospital Foundation for their generous sponsorships and support for the Living History Encampment at the 2013 Gathering at Garst.
The Living History Encampment will offer visitors the chance to experience life as it was in the historical past through costumed re-enactors and exhibitors. See a blacksmith, artists, basket weaving, scrimshaw, carpenters, a box maker, soldiers, Indians, traveling merchants, and wandering campers. Of special interest will be the arrival of Daniel Boone, Silas the Rat Catcher, the Town Crier and Dr. Balthasar’s real live medicine show.
Be sure to visit the Gathering at Garst on July 27 from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and July 28 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. as we welcome visitors to enjoy the wares of quality artists, artisans, gardeners, craftsmen, specialty food vendors, and the growing Living History Encampment. Admission to the Gathering at Garst is free, however regular admission rates apply to view the exhibits inside the Garst Museum.
|Wayne Deschambeau, President and CEO of Wayne Hospital, Greenville.|
|John and Karen Burket and Hank Steinmetz at the Maid Rite Sandwich shop, Greenville.|