The City of Clyde will Recreate the Late 1800’s in West Texas, March 1st and 2nd
The City of Clyde has set the date for the festive yet very historic late 1800’s recreation. The event will take place March 1st and 2nd, at Clyde Lake. The event has been given the name ‘Frozen Foot Rendezvous’ a recreation of life in the late 1800’s right here in West Texas. There will be gun fights (reenactments of course), souvenir and chuck wagon food plus exhibitions of real life in the late 1800’s. So lace up your boots put on your best cowboy hat and come join in on the fun at Clyde Lake.
There will be entertainment of all kinds like, hatchet and knife throwing, western gun fights, primitive survival skills and chuck-wagon cooking. This will be a fundraising event for the City of Clyde. Contact Erica Stallings the Executive Director of the Clyde Chamber of Commerce if you’d like to participate or to be one of the re-en-actors. Erica’s number is (325)-893-4221
Frozen Foot Late 1800’s Re-enactment
Date and Time
Friday and Saturday, March 1st and 2nd from 10:00 AM till Dusk.
Donation at the gate.
All day demonstrations will include antique firearm displays and demonstrations , early day survival, leather working, buck skinners, gunfighters, knife and tomahawk throwing contests, chuck wagon fixing and chuck wagon cooking. The Chuck-Wagon cook will be selling their food, so come hungry, For further information please call Erica Stallings the Director for the City of Clyde if you’d like to participate. Erica’s number is (325)-893-4221.