Where: Fort Loudoun Historic Site, Franklin County, Pennsylvania

Address: 1720 N. Brooklyn Road, Fort Loudon, PA 17224 (along historic Route 30 West)

When: Friday June 21 (9-5), Saturday June 22 (9-5), Sunday June 23 (9-2)

Public presence: 4000-5000

So: The fair will play host to 50 of the country’s finest 18th-century craftsmen (some from as far away as Connecticut, Michigan and Florida), including demonstrations and entertainment from early American life. Buy unique items. Listen to the early American music of Forbes Road Frolic. Be entertained by Professor Horn’s Punch & Judy Show. Watch your pockets at Scoundrel Alley’s Dirty Jobs Museum! Eat delicious food from Halfcrown Bakehouse, Georgian Kitchen, Antietam Dairy, Edward’s Kettlecorn, Uncle Eddie’s BBQ, Shuman’s Concessions, Lyken’s Valley Bison, Redneck Dogs Sweet Rollers and Ally Kats Store.

In 2023, more than 5,000 people visited the Market Fair. So plan to attend in 2024, listen to great music, eat artisan food and keep history alive!

Event hours are: Friday 9-5; Saturday 9-5; and Sunday 9-2 Admission is $5 per adult, 17 and under are free. Proceeds will benefit the Fort Loudoun Historical Society (501c3), which manages the Fort Loudoun Historic Site.

Contact: Andrew Newman, events coordinator, Fort Loudoun Historic Site, [email protected], PH 717-816-0085