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|Battle of Okolona , February 21-23 2014 www.battleofokolona.com
To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the battle of Okolona (Mississippi) there will be a reenactment on February 21-23 of 2014. This is the first reenactment in several years so we really want to get the word out. For more information and registration go to Battle of Okolona . Or call the Okolona Chamber of Commerce at (662)447-2401.
|Battle of the Sipsey, February 22-24 2014 www.hartsookcamp2163.org
Battles Saturday & Sunday 23rd & 24th
Victorian Ball, Saturday 24th, 7:00 pm
Sponsored & Hosted by The Hartsook Guard Camp #2163
Sons of Confederate Veterans
P.O. Box 31 Fayette, Alabama 35555
FREE TO REENACTORS
Meals for Re-enactors Provided on Saturday Night & Sunday Breakfast
Church service on Sunday Morning. Hay & Firewood will be provided.
|Olustee Battle Reenactment, February 14-16 2014 battleofolustee.org/reenactment.html
Lake City FL
Annual Reenactment of the Battle of Olustee or Ocean Pond
Olustee Battlefield Historic State Park, Florida
February 14-16, 2014
Adults - $10
School-age children - $5
Pre-school-age children - FREE
|Annual Ohio Regimental Military Ball, February 15 2014 www.ormb.com
A full day to enjoy! We are featuring sutlers, photographer, afternoon social, cash bar, elegant dinner, and dancing with the Anonymous String Band. Proceeds from this event are used to support Civil War preservation and education. Early bird reservations are $34.00 per person postmarked by January 5, 2009. Regular registration is $38.00 per person postmarked by February 5th. See website for more details and contact information.
|Living History Encampment, February 15-16 2014 fortdonelson.org/
A living history camp featuring the 9th Kentucky Infantry (USA) will be held at Fort Donelson.
Historic weapon demonstrations will be offered periodically throughout the day.
|Afternoon Tea with the Ladies, March 15 2014 www.the8thkentuckyinfantry.org
Farmington Historic Home Invites you too: Afternoon Tea with the Ladies
Saturday March 15th 2:00 to 4:00 pm.
3033 Bardstown Road - Louisville KY
The Menu will include Hot Tea, Freshly made Lemonade, deserts
Finger sandwiches, tarts and Fresh vegetables.
All items will be handmade and fresh.
Special Guest Speaker Paula White
|Battle of Natural Bridge, March 1-2 2014 www.nbhscso.com/gpage1.html
Military demonstration and skirmish. Civilian activities include period children's games, sewing, knitting, and other Soldier Aid Society activities.
|Battle of Triune, April 11-13 2014 sites.google.com/site/battleoftriune/
Battle of Triune: A Living History & Battle Reenactment Event. Kings’ Chapel, Arrington, TN (Hwy 96 between Franklin and Murfreesboro) will be the host site. We are looking for Infantry, Artillery and Cavalry. Web-site has registration forms for reenactors and advance ticket sales forms for spectators.
Battle Reenactments on Saturday and Sunday afternoons (Open to Public)
Saturday: The Battle of Triune (Dec 27, 1862)
Sunday: Confederate Raids on Federal Fortification at Triune (June 6, 1863)
|Grand Civil War Ball, April 12 2014 www.scrantoncivilwarday.com
The Lackawanna Historical Society is proud to announce the date for the 10th annual Grand Civil War Ball with live music by vintage dance band, Spare Parts.
Saturday April 12, 2014
Save the Date!
Check back for more details, or contact the Lackawanna Historical Society at (570) 344-3841
|Las Mariposas Civil War Days, April 12-13 2014 www.thecivilwardays.com
Don't miss the most Authentic Civil War reenactment west of the Rockies!
The location of our event is Longs' Mariposa Ranch, in historical Mariposa, CA, just outside of Yosemite National Park and on the location of the Las Mariposas Land Grant. There will be a battle reenactment on Friday complete with tactical foot and horse skirmishes and cannon fire.
Saturday and Sunday are both jammed full of events including two battles each day, AND a twilight battle on Saturday night. Throughout both days there will be a multitude of other events happening at the camps which the public are invited to attend and observe. Experience first hand a medical station, a blacksmith, a civilian town, cooking and sewing, and other aspects of life during this historical period.
Don't miss hearing Abraham Lincoln recite the Gettysburg Address or Jefferson Davis as he dispels the rumors from the Federal Camp. Listen to Harriet Tubman, Sojourner Truth, and Clara Barton describe their lives and what it was like to be a slave.
A variety of period sutlers and food vendors will be on site. For more information, please visit our website.
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