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Costumed interpreters will demonstrate how hides are converted to leather and then to moccasins. Which were essential to voyageurs, clerks and the Ojibwe alike. Visitors will be able to see how Ojibwe crafters produced fine buckskin for clothing and footwear using a process called "brain-tanning." Visitors will also be able to scrape hair from deer hides, help stretch and soften the hides, and maybe even try their hand at sewing leather. 10:00 to 5:00 Saturday. Noon to 5:00 Sunday