Flat Luci accompanied me to Schoenbrunn Village on Oct. 16 when I played music for the Colonial Trade Fair.
Schoenbrunn was founded by Moravian missionaries from Pennslyvania in the 1700s to convert Delaware Indians to Christianity. It has been rebuilt and is a historical site.
The fair is held every year on the third weekend of October, and I usually play for the fair, in the church.
The village is just south of New Philadelphia in Tuscarawas County, near the Tuscarawas River. That river rises near Hartville and flows west then south. It joines the Walhonding at Coshocton to form the Muskingum, which enters the Ohio at Marietta.
You can see my photos from last year’s fair on this blog at https://woolgatheringandwiddershins.wordpress.com/2015/10/19/schoenbrunn-village-colonial-faire/.