Dubois’ history will be on display this Saturday, July 28th during the annual Frontier Festival, hosted by the Dubois Museum.
Games, vendors, and re-enactors will entertain guests of all ages. Live music is expected to take place all afternoon, and guests will have a chance to learn about blacksmithing and steam engines.
Patrons will be allowed to tour historic buildings and the museum exhibit hall.
Frontier Fest is scheduled from 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. The Dubois Museum is located at 909 W. Ramshorn Street.
Several food options will also be available including homestead stew, fry bread, and a hot dog cart.
Admission is free all day, however the Dubois Museum will accept and appreciate donations to help with the costs associated with the event and the museum itself.
You can check out more details on Frontier Fest via their Facebook page.