Scenes from the 2015 Linton Trade Festival, hosted by the Buck Creek Muzzleloader's Club
Pictured are scenes from the annual Linton Trade Fair, hosted by the Buck Creek Muzzleloader's Club. The event ran from Saturday, January 24 to Sunday January 25 at the Roy Clark Community Building in Linton's Humphreys Park. Admission for the event was $3.00 at the door. Inside the Roy Clark Community Building, the interior was transformed to period in time, before the Industrial Revolution. Vendors, enthusiasts, and artisans alike dressed in period ware, circa 1750-1840. Artisans and vendors from all across the state sold and displayed hand crafted items. Some of the items that were for sale or on display include: knives, tomahawks, powder horns, pottery, colonial clothing, books, blacksmith items, tinsmith wares, lanterns, leather goods, candles, fabric, baskets, silver jewelry and soap.