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Ligonier Country Market offers camp, preschool information

Mary Pickels
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In the above photo from an earlier Cannonball Camp at Fort Ligonier, Levi Moser traces the shadow of Jacob Petlino. The activity was meant to teach them about the art of the Revolutional War. Fort Ligonier officials will attend this week’s Ligonier Country Market with information about the Fort and Cannonball Camp.

Ligonier Country Market will provide information on camp and preschool opportunities for children on June 29, along with plenty of fruits, vegetables, baked goods and crafts.

Fort Ligonier representatives will share information about Colonial America and what kids can look forward to at its kids day camp, Cannonball Club and “Night at the Fort Museum.”

Covenant Preschool in Ligonier offers placement for children ages 3 to 5 in its pre-k program, and will provide information as well.

Market Sprouts can enjoy a flag craft with Daisy Mae and Lilly Lavender.

Details: ligoniercountrymarket.com

Mary Pickels is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Mary at 724-836-5401, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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