LOUISVILLE, KY - Re-enactors had a chance to polish their 18th dance steps on Friday night the 5th of November. The Frazier Historical Arms Museum in Louisville, KY opened it's doors and provided a dance caller for re-enactors at a ball open to the public. The idea came from Nathan Logsdon, a re-enactor and employee of the Frazier. We're always looking for ways to attract a crowd to the museum, he said. Logsdon and some of his fellow re-enactors also added a carriage ride through downtown, where they boisterously called out to folks to ``Come to the Frazier".
Students from the Louisville Youth Performing Arts School provided period music. Re-enactors came dressed from the frontier stations, from drawing rooms of 1812, from military units and the Scottish highlands with even a rogue or two mixing with the fine ladies and gents.
For more information on the Frazier Historical Arms Museum see stories below on the spring opening or click here to link to the Frazier.