Ligonier community celebrates Fort Ligonier Days weekend a little differently

Historic educator Bill Hug shows the crowd a flintlock musket and a beaver pelt, both important Colonial items, at Fort Ligonier’s Community Commemoration event on Friday, held in place of Fort Ligonier Days, which was canceled this year.

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