Dates: May 17-19, 2013 (Friday* thru Sunday) * Friday, May 17,
will be school presentations in the morning and afternoon.
Summary: We anticipate over 400 reenactors presenting life within the Civil War in
1863. Along with specific scheduled demonstrations throughout the day there are people
presenting their activities and struggles during the war. Camps and clothing are
all period throughout the weekend. You can see how we cooked, cleaned, took care
of equipment and horses and much more. Bleachers are available, but you can bring
your lawn chairs. Concessions are also available throughout the day.
Admission: Adults: $8 Seniors 55+, Students*: $5(*through
High School with Student ID) Children under 6: Free
Event Opens to the Public
Church Service (next to Artillery Camp)
Cavalry Drill & Demo
Morning Battle (Camps closed during the battle)
Artillery Demonstration (Battlefield Bleachers)
19th Century fashion Show (Battlefield Bleachers)
The Underground Railroad (Battlefield Bleachers)
Afternoon Battle (Camps closed during the battle) (Event closes after the Sunday battle)
Camp Presentations (Throughout the camps)
Event Closes to the Public (Event closes after the afternoon battle on Sunday)
DIRECTIONS: From Lebanon head East on Hwy 20 and follow the signs.