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History Comes Alive With Fort Washita Fur Trade Rendezvous

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History will come alive April 2, 2014 - April 6, 2014 at the Fort Washita Fur Trade Rendezvous. Located on Highway 199 between Madill and Durant, Oklahoma, the event hosts thousands every year from around the country. It will again showcase mountain men, traders, contests, Indians, trappers, vendors and allow participants to travel back in time.

Cost is just $5 per car load.

Wednesday - Saturday 9am - 5pm

Sunday 9am - 3pm

Thursday and Friday are School Days

For more information call 580-924-6502

or go to

http://www.okhistory.org/sites/fortwashita.php

http://www.okhistory.org/about/calendar/event/fort-washita-fur-trade-living-history-event/