January 24-26th, 2014 – Put it on your calendar for next year! We’ll be coming back to Ft. Wayne’s Coliseum.
Here’s what the Journal Gazette had to say about THE Outdoor Sports, Lake and Cabin Show.
The Lumberjack Shows over the weekend was a huge success and entertained people of all ages.
ROCK 104.5 – Will have LIVE broadcasts Friday, January 25th from 5-7pm and Saturday, January 26th from 12-2pm
The BS Show LIVE from our show Friday, January 25th, from 3-6pm. Fort Wayne’s only LIVE and Local radio program, The BS Show, Billy and Stiller, All Sports, All the time.
The newest craze in water walking sports- just like log rollers! act like a crazy hamster or go for log rolling tricks! it’s all fun and best of all you can go with a friend Mom and Dad bring your video cameras, the photo ops are fantastic!
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DON’T MISS three excitement-packed days of fun, adventure and learning! THE Outdoor Sports, Lake & Cabin Show is a total-lifestyle expo for active outdoor enthusiasts and for people who own – or would like to own – a log or timber-frame home. You’ll find exhibitors, attractions, seminars and clinics that speak to the things you love to do, the places you love to go and the way you want to live… PLUS a ton of fun for the whole family!
Fishing, hunting, vacations, accessories, gear, tackle, boats, RV’s, Motor homes, motorcycles, Jeeps, fishing trips, Canadian outfitters, hiking, biking, fitness, kayaks, canoes, camping….on and on. Needless to say – bring the family Jan 25-27th to the Memorial Coliseum for hours of fun, entertainment, hands on learning and GREAT DEALS!
Faster than a speeding bullet. More powerful than a locomotive. No it’s not Superman – these “men of steel” are LUMBERJACKS!
2 p.m., 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 25th
11:30 a.m., 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 26th
12 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 27th
A special amateur competition will feature Curtis Smith, chief meteorologist for Indiana’s NewsCenter, and sportscaster Tommy Schoegler, along with Fort Wayne Fire Department firefighters at 2 p.m. Saturday.
The Show includes such events as axe throwing, chopping, log rolling, cross cut sawing, hot sawing and chainsaw carving. These century old skills were used in the logging camps of North America. To pass idle time, lumberjacks would challenge each other in a head-to-head competition. Although technology and machinery have replaced manual labor, the skills are still used today by the Lumberjacks in the STIHL Timberworks Lumberjack Show.