The Great Outdoors Then and Now: Free National Get Outdoors Day Event Showcases Annual Brigade Encampment June 14, 2014 at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site

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A young visitor learns about beaver fur.

Hands On History! A young visitor learns about the fur trade by feeling pelts with a costumed youth volunteer.

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Date: April 3, 2014
Contact: Robert Gutierrez, 360-816-6247

WHAT: Brigade Encampment at National Get Outdoors Day Re-enacts Fur Trapping Camps of 1840s

WHEN: 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., Saturday, June 14, 2014

WHERE: Pearson Air Museum, 1115 E 5th Street, Vancouver, WA 98661

COST: Free

VANCOUVER, WA – National Get Outdoors Day brings community partners together to celebrate healthy, active, outdoor fun at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site on June 14, 2014. The National Park Service's annual Brigade Encampment, a component of National Get Outdoors Day, re-enacts the jovial return of the fur brigades to Fort Vancouver – illuminating how day-to-day survival skills of trappers in the 1840s have become recreational pursuits today, and how our relationships to the natural world have changed over time.

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Artist's representation of the Fort Vancouver village area

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