Stone’s Trace Regulator Shoot & workshops
Join the Stone’s Trace Regulators on Sunday, July 22, from 1 to 4 p.m., for an open shoot and workshop classes in blacksmithing, growing and cooking with herbs, and black pot cookery at Stone’s Trace Historic Site, U.S. 33 and State Road 5, south of Ligonier.
The open shoot is free to participates and offers the chance to learn the skill of shooting a black-powder firearm.
Brandon Oswald and Bruce Teegarden will guide blacksmithing students through the historical background and forging process to make a twisted metal S hook. Black pot cooking articles will be on display. Restrictions: No youth younger than 14; youth 14 to 17 must have an adult present; no open-toe footwear. Supplies are $5.
Noble County Master Gardener Liz Lightner will share how to grow and enhance cooking with herbs. There will be food tasting, herb samples and plants to purchase. No age limit; no cost.
Demonstrators of Black Pot Cookery will prepare pioneer-style fare over a campfire. Sample a variety of foods. Recipes are available.