The Feast of the Hunters’ Moon is an annual reenactment of the French and Native Americans' meet-up at Fort Ouiatenon, which used to be a famous fur-trade outpost during the colonial times. Over the weekend of Oct. 6, visitors could submerge into colonial times as they walked among dressed participants, who researched and hand-made their attire. They also listened to drum lines’ beats, tasted beef and corn stew, shopped for a variety of items from fur hats to Sweet Annie wreaths and cheered on participants competing in old-styled competitions, such as tomahawk throwing.