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Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Tuesday, 20 May 2014 09:20
Native American re-enactors gather at a camp during the Lost Arts Festival Saturday in Grand Rapids. There were several demonstrations during the event including, soap-making, fire-starting with flint and candle dipping. (Photos: Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune) SEE MORE PHOTOS

Brian Jensen of Perrysburg, beads a horse mask for visitors at the Lost Arts Festival.
Brenna Payne, 9, of Luckey runs along a pond bank during the Lost Arts Festival.
Miranda Cleveland of Luckey rides a horse along a trail at the Lost Arts Festival.
Brian Jensen of Perrysburg, beads a horse mask for visitors at the Lost Arts Festival.
Katelynn Leemaster, 9, of Pemberville feels a moccasin as Stewart Orr of Bowling Green talks about the the various types of footwear used by indians.
Sue Brinker fries morel mushrooms in a cast iron skillet as granddaughter Brenna Payne, 9, takes a drink at an indian camp.
Grant Zelasko of Toledo, helps Allison Rakosik, 9, of Holland, Ohio, with her bow grip as she prepares to shoot targets.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 May 2014 09:38

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