Christmas Rendezvous and Trade Fair – On the first Saturday of December period craftsmen, artisans and reenactors will gather on the grounds of Presidio La Bahia to bring history to life! Since time immemorial people have gathered together to trade ideas, news and the labor of their hands. Take the day and visit Presidio La Bahia and browse the trade blankets and sutlers tents for unique Christmas gifts for that special person on your list! Dress for the weather as this event takes place out of doors. Santa Anna marched at the head of an army that had recently stamped out the beginnings of a revolution in the interior of Mexico. That army crossed the Rio Bravo in the winter of with the mission of putting down the revolution that was brewing in Texas. Contrary to popular myth, the Army of the Republic of Mexico was made up of professional soldiers, many of whom were seasoned veterans by Visit with the officers and men of the unit as they go about their daily routines and immerse yourself in what life was like on campaign in the sometimes brutal conditions experienced in the winter and spring of
The Gettysburg Anniversary Committee would like to thank all the visitors and reenactors that have attended our GAC event for the last 25 years. We have responsibly hosted over , reenactors and , visitors from around the world – making those dusty old history books come alive! This year GAC will be standing down; but we wanted to let you know that does not mean you will not have an outstanding opportunity to experience Living History and Reenactments in Gettysburg this year.
The August event will feature battles from the Gettysburg Campaign. The September event will feature battles from the Antietam Campaign.
Any history buff will know that Kure Beach has a rich and storied history relating to the Civil War. Come explore Attend historical reenactments, hear lectures, or participate in cannon firing demonstrations. Celebrate Sort: Date | Seasonal.
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Hundreds of reenactors from across the country converge on our grounds to camp, battle, and celebrate over the weekend. Visitors will get a chance to be a spectator for a battle each day, and they will be able to walk through the camps of the combatants while seeing demonstrations of Colonial crafts and skills. Colonial sutlers merchants and scholars giving talks about the war are on site as well. Food Concessions.
Events and dates are subject to change. GDRA All. Located at the Pickett’s Mill Battlfield State Historic Site. Living history demonstrations and tacticals.
During the event, several hundred reenactors in Continental military dress listen to an inspiring speech by General Washington and then row across the river in replica Durham boats. See a Map of the Park. The grounds are open dawn to dusk for free self-guided tours. More Tour Information. View More Events. Copyright Washington Crossing Historic Park. All Rights Reserved.
Join us for an interview with our Casting Director, actor, and tailor Charles Wissinger. Learn about the symbols and some of the people at St. Join us for our September 6th Liberty or Death reenactment!
Prize raffles. May 2 & 3 – Military Living History Weekend [CANCELLED for this date at this time].
Please note that there is no access to the star fort or buildings and water and restrooms are not available. All Historic Fort Wayne Coalition public events and weekend tours are cancelled till at least mid-September. Thank you. Sponsored by the Civil War Trust. Meet and register at the Visitor Center at 10am for orientation. Bake sale, food vendors, over 70 tables of antiques and collectible goods for purchase. Partial proceeds support operational efforts of the HFWC to maintain the fort and provide educational programming.
Free dance instruction. Prize raffles. Sunday 10am – 3pm Your opportunity to see the real deal as living historians of various eras take over the fort! Authentic camps and battle re-enactments, military vehicles, talks given by veterans.
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Goliad Massacre and Living History Program -Reenactors and Living Historians from across Texas gather WHEN August 15th, UPDATED DATE & TIME.
This encampment will take place on a Acre site including open field and extensive woodland trail spaces. Two public afternoon tactical demonstrations are planned, as well as the option of patrol action along the woodland trails. All usual amenities will be provided. This event will also include demonstrations of military and camp life during the American Revolutionary War. Planned activities include military formation, drill and guard posting, as well as musket and equipment demonstration.
Camp life activities including cooking and sewing are planned for our distaff.
History comes alive all across New York State at special events all year long — from re-enactments and artistic performances to topic-based walking tours and limited-time exhibitions — including during the annual Path Through History Weekend held every summer. Your browser is out of date! You’re using an old version of.
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Meet soldiers, cavalry and civilians. Hear the sounds of battle and smell the gunpowder. Shake hands with President Lincoln or shop for a hoopskirt. See history come to life! On Saturday, August 10 at pm and Sunday August 11 at pm, visitors can experience a presentation of the first Battle of Petersburg , an unsuccessful Union assault on the city of Petersburg, Virginia, June 15, During the Civil War, Petersburg was protected by fortifications known as the Dimmock Line, a line of earthworks 10 miles long, east of the city, including 55 artillery batteries, and anchored on the Appomattox River.
Cavalry mounted drills, foot soldier drills, and artillery demonstrations will also take place throughout the weekend.