Those taking a stroll along Antigo's walking path will also be walking back in history this weekend. The Stumble Stump Rendezvous is a camp full of re-enactors of the fur trapping and trading era of the 1800s.
Volunteers dress in period clothes and put on demonstrations, including candle making, leather working, cooking, hawk & knife throwing, and black powder demonstrations.
The rendezvous is located behind North Elementary school, along the city's walking and biking path.
It will continue through the weekend, and is free.
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