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FORT STEVENS EVENT - HAMMOND, OR - SEPTEMBER 5-7, 2015

EVENT DETAILS

Location: Fort Stevens, Hammond, OR (map/directions)

Dates: September 5-7, 2015  (Saturday thru Monday)

Summary: The NCWC and the Friends of Old Fort Stevens will host their annual Battle Reenactment event over the Labor Day Weekend. This reenactment takes place in the historic area of the fort. Fort Stevens is the NCWC’s largest event, drawing reenactors from all over the West Coast, including Washington, California, Nevada, Idaho and Canada.

Admission: $20 per carload, plus a $5 day use fee (Saturday & Sunday)
                      Special rates for motorized and non-motorized bikes, and on-foot

Time
Day(s)
Event
Area

9:00 am
Daily
Event Opens to the Public
Daily
Battalion Dress Parades
Camps
9:30 am
Sunday
Church Service
North Of Museum
11:00 am
Sat/Sun
Morning Battle
(Camps closed during the battle)
Battlefield

Noon
Sat/Sun
Artillery Demonstration
Artillery Camp
Monday
Monday Battle
(Event closes after first battle on Monday)
Battlefield
12:30 pm
Sat/Sun
Union Medical Demonstration
Civilian Camp


1:00 pm
Saturday
US Calvary Demonstration
Union Cav Camp
Saturday
Music of the War Demonstration
Behind Museum
Sunday
Abraham Lincoln Speaks
Behind Museum
Sunday
Speed Loading Contest
West of
Union Fort


2:00 pm
Sat/Sun
Fashions of the Civil War
Behind Museum
Sat/Sun
17th Corp Medical Demo
Civilian Camp
Sunday
3rd Brigade Band
Near Sutlers
3:00 pm
Sat/Sun
Afternoon Battle
(Camps closed during the battle)
Battlefield

4:30 pm
Sat/Sun
Confederate Medical Demo
Confederate
Camp
Sat/Sun
Camp Presentations
Throughout
the Camps
6:00 pm
Sat/Sun
Camps Close to the Public
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2015 SCHEDULE*

MAP

DIRECTIONS: (from visitftstevens.com/maps.htm)

If traveling north on Highway 101: Approximately 15 miles north of Seaside, Oregon, turn left on Harbor Drive. There is a stop light where Harbor Drive ties in with Highway 101. Following signs to Fort Stevens State Park, drive approximately 4.5 miles west to the 4-way stop. At the stop, proceed straight ahead into the Historic Area.

If traveling south on Highway 101: After leaving Astoria, Oregon and crossing the Youngs Bay bridge, watch for the stop light on Highway 101 where Harbor Drive intersects. Turn right and follow the above directions.

* tentative, subject to change

Reenactor Info

PROMOTIONAL MATERIALS

PROMOTIONAL POSTER (in PDF format)

Fort_Stevens_2015_Poster.pdf