42nd anniversary Williamsburg Christmas Dinner


Isaac Maurer, right, 12, of Jackson Center, son of Bill and Kathy Maurer, hands a plate of roast turkey to Aaron, left to right, and Lindsay Bath, both of Celina, as Noel Mescher, 17, of Fort Loramie, daughter of Ted and Amy Mescher, waits with a bowl of chestnut stuffing at the 42nd anniversary Williamsburg Christmas Dinner on Thursday. The event was presented by the Fort Loramie Historical Association at the Wilderness Trail Museum. Young people volunteer to dress in period costumes and serve guests. Entertainment was provided by The New Renaissance Performers. The popular event continues Saturday and Sunday.

Isaac Maurer, right, 12, of Jackson Center, son of Bill and Kathy Maurer, hands a plate of roast turkey to Aaron, left to right, and Lindsay Bath, both of Celina, as Noel Mescher, 17, of Fort Loramie, daughter of Ted and Amy Mescher, waits with a bowl of chestnut stuffing at the 42nd anniversary Williamsburg Christmas Dinner on Thursday. The event was presented by the Fort Loramie Historical Association at the Wilderness Trail Museum. Young people volunteer to dress in period costumes and serve guests. Entertainment was provided by The New Renaissance Performers. The popular event continues Saturday and Sunday.


Isaac Maurer, right, 12, of Jackson Center, son of Bill and Kathy Maurer, hands a plate of roast turkey to Aaron, left to right, and Lindsay Bath, both of Celina, as Noel Mescher, 17, of Fort Loramie, daughter of Ted and Amy Mescher, waits with a bowl of chestnut stuffing at the 42nd anniversary Williamsburg Christmas Dinner on Thursday. The event was presented by the Fort Loramie Historical Association at the Wilderness Trail Museum. Young people volunteer to dress in period costumes and serve guests. Entertainment was provided by The New Renaissance Performers. The popular event continues Saturday and Sunday.

Isaac Maurer, right, 12, of Jackson Center, son of Bill and Kathy Maurer, hands a plate of roast turkey to Aaron, left to right, and Lindsay Bath, both of Celina, as Noel Mescher, 17, of Fort Loramie, daughter of Ted and Amy Mescher, waits with a bowl of chestnut stuffing at the 42nd anniversary Williamsburg Christmas Dinner on Thursday. The event was presented by the Fort Loramie Historical Association at the Wilderness Trail Museum. Young people volunteer to dress in period costumes and serve guests. Entertainment was provided by The New Renaissance Performers. The popular event continues Saturday and Sunday.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2015/12/web1_SDN120515FortLoramieDinner1.jpgIsaac Maurer, right, 12, of Jackson Center, son of Bill and Kathy Maurer, hands a plate of roast turkey to Aaron, left to right, and Lindsay Bath, both of Celina, as Noel Mescher, 17, of Fort Loramie, daughter of Ted and Amy Mescher, waits with a bowl of chestnut stuffing at the 42nd anniversary Williamsburg Christmas Dinner on Thursday. The event was presented by the Fort Loramie Historical Association at the Wilderness Trail Museum. Young people volunteer to dress in period costumes and serve guests. Entertainment was provided by The New Renaissance Performers. The popular event continues Saturday and Sunday.