Tag Archives: Historical

Eat Like A Pilgrim

17th Century Thanksgiving Day Holiday ReenactmentJoin us and partake of an authentic pilgrim feast this holiday season. Thanksgiving Point’s Show Barn will be transformed to immerse you in the culture of the very first Thanksgiving, complete with the sights, sounds, and foods of the 17th century.

Upon arrival, you’ll receive biographical information about one of the pilgrims who attended the first Thanksgiving. You’ll spend an evening seeing life through this person’s eyes as you take a step back into early America.Your hosts will be prominent pilgrim figures, played by actors, who wear period clothing and share customs and traditions of the time.Young ones will delight in traditional games and activities and barnyard visitors. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to celebrate and understand Thanksgiving in fun and new ways.


Thanksgiving Point
3003 Thanksgiving Way
Lehi, UT 84043 (801) 768-2300

American Heritage Festival

Experience daily life of the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries at this family-centered event. Learn what it was like in a Mountain Man Camp in the 1830s and how Colonial Soldiers lived on a campaign. Learn about Native American culture, 18th/19th century military history and the cowboys of the late 1800s. It’s all here, with music, demonstrations, crafts and even a candy cannon!

A Historical Talent Show and Buckskinner’s Ball is 8 p.m. Saturday, get in for $1 admission. The other events are free.

For information, call Linda at 801-261-1756 or Shirlee at 435-228-8184

American Indian

Relief Society Celebration

Relief Society Celebration - Heritage Park, This Is The Place, Salt Lake City, Utah, LDS, MOrmons, Latter Day SaintsOne of our most popular events will return again in 2011! Join us for this special event as we celebrate the Relief Society. You will be treated to historic interpreters in pioneer dress that will relate stories of early Relief Society members.

Space is limited and reservations are required so call 801-924-7545 early as this is one that will definitely sell out!

MARCH 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17, 2011 evenings and MARCH 19 daytime

The cost is $3 per person. Light refreshments will be served.