If you’re a fan of history, stop by on Saturday, Sept. 16, for the annual .
“The rendezvous event transcends visitors’ experience at Old Poway Park,” said Recreation Supervisor David Richards. “You’re not going to be able to find other events that bring this type of display forward to our residents. It’s a hands-on experience that will engage people and bring history to life.”
Richards said volunteers will dress in costumes—everything from mountain men to cowboys to Indians. Visitors will also be able to enjoy gun-fighting and blacksmithing presentations.
The day will be complete with a barn dance starting at 7 p.m.
“People can learn historic dances that were performed during that time,” Richards said “It’s a cool, family atmosphere.”