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|The Battle of Pilot Knob, September 27-28 2014 www.battleofpilotknob.org/reenactment.html
Pilot Knob MO
The Battle of Pilot Knob will be held on September 27 & 28, 2014 during the civil war sesquicentennial. Friends of Fort Davidson, is now actively seeking and will accept applications for the eventís food vendors, craft vendors and Civil War sutlers.
Every third year a full-scale reenactment of the Battle of Pilot Knob is staged, attracting tens of thousands of spectators to the Valley. Be sure to make your plans to attend the next re-enactment scheduled during the Missouri Civil War 150th anniversary commemorations. We suggest that you make your lodging reservations very early for the reenactments. Now, would not be too soon to secure your reservations.
|Civil War Heritage Weekend, September 18-21 2014 www.vermontcivilwar150.com/Events2014.html
St. Albans VT
St Albans celebrates its Civil War history with a full weekend of authentic displays and presentations.
Civil War encampment in Taylor Park, featuring units portraying both the North and South. See unit maneuvers, firing and camp life demonstrations, artillery drills, and battle skirmishes.
|Steamboats A-Comin Grand Ball and Dinner Cruise, October 17-19 2014 www.CivilWarGrandBalls.info
Dance Mistress, Karen Chartrand Duffy in cooperation with The Belle of Louisville 100th Birthday Committee cordially invites you to attend this once-in-a-lifetime historic steamboats extravaganza!
- Riverboat Lunch and Race Cruise on The Spirit of Peoria as she races The Celebration Belle down the Ohio River.
- Civil War Grand Ball in the Historic Henry Clay's magnificent Grand Ballroom.
- Cruise aboard The Belle of Louisville as she leads her Birthday Parade of Nine Riverboats down the Ohio River.
- Moonlight Dinner Cruise upon The Belle of Cincinnati along with Birthday Fireworks over the Ohio River.
|150th Anniversary of the Battle of Cedar Creek, October 15-20 2014 www.cedarcreekbattlefield.org/
October 18th and 19th will be our grand reenactment, the 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Cedar Creek. This is a family friendly, living history event you won't want to miss.
|Civil War Lady Gettysburg Remembrance Day Ball, November 14 2014 www.CivilWarLady.net
Civil War Lady Gettysburg Remembrance Day Ball
Friday, November 14, 2014
Gettysburg Eisenhower Inn Convention Center - Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
One of the yearly highlights of the Remembrance Day weekend is the Civil War Lady Remembrance Day Military Ball on Friday evening of Remembrance Day weekend! Held at the spacious Eisenhower Inn Conference Center, the delightful music of Beck's Philadelphia Brass Band will provide authentic Civil War Era Dance Music. Under the instruction of the renown Dance callers "Victorian Dance Ensemble" who have performed for the Inaugural Ball in Washington DC, dances are taught to all during the ball. This ball is ideal for beginners to well seasoned dancers and your group, unit and organization is welcomed to attend - we offer ample seating for all. The spacious Ballroom of the Eisenhower Grand Ballroom affords plenty of space for Victorian dancing!
Light refreshments are served, however a lounge is adjacent to the ballroom for guests. A portrait photographer for your convenience with portraits to take home that evening. We also offer a guest room rate of $129.00 for our ball ticket holders, a great room rate during the busy weekend that will host nearly 10,000 reenactors in Gettysburg - you must be a ticket holder and rooms must be booked early.
The Eisenhower Inn is located at 2634 Emmitsburg Rd, Gettysburg, PA 17325 - phone 717-334-8121 with plenty of free parking, no downtown traffic or ramp fees to worry about. Advanced Ticket Sales only - we sell out every year! Purchase tickets now online with PayPal on our website $40.00 non-refundable or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org - 712-310-9383.
Our 7th year hosting this wonderful Ball! Our photographs speak for themselves, please visit our websites. We offer even more photos at CivilWarLady.net and GettysburgBall.com
|Living History/Civil War Reenactment Event , November 21-23 2014 www.liendoplantation.com
Living History/Civil War Reenactment Event at
Historic Liendo Plantation in Hempstead TX
Battles Sat & Sun 2PM
November 21-23, 2014
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
This year the fee is $10.00 per person, $5.00 for Friday students
If coming in individual autos, each vehicle will pay for all occupants at ticket gate.
Folks love history when we make it interesting, let us help you, help them to learn. This event is a unique way to experience the grandeur and passion of the Victorian era versus the harsh reality of the war bought between States and Brothers. It is a way for families to experience a simpler time long gone, along with some of the misery of our countryís history and to learn from those reenacting the lessons learned from this chapter of American History.
Liendo Plantation near Hempstead, was built in 1853 and during the war Liendo hosted cavalry and infantry training camps, an interment camp and hospital. For a brief time after the war it served as headquarters for General George Armstrong Custer. Tours are ongoing during the day.
There will be several camps to visit and ask questions of the soldiers and civilians. Join in some of the demonstrations in the different camps and canon fire on the battlefield. Period demonstrations throughout the lawn such as, spinning, quilting, blacksmith, music, medical, leather making and fashion show, etc.
There will be modern food vendors for meals. There will also be a skirmish on the battlefield around noon on Fri and 2 PM Sat & Sun.
The Historic Liendo Plantation
The 11th Texas Cavalry
|Gettysburg Remembrance Day: National Victorian Tea by Civil War Lady, November 15 2014 www.GettysburgBall.com
Gettysburg Remembrance Day: National Victorian Tea by Civil War Lady
Saturday, November 15, 2014
Historic 1863 Inn of Gettysburg, PA 17325
Time: 3:00 p.m. - After the Remembrance Day Parade ends
After the famous Gettysburg Remembrance Day parade ends, join us as the polite society of Victorians for the National Victorian Tea! Victorian goodies, Tea and entertainment in the spacious ballroom at the 1863 Inn of Gettysburg right on the parade route!
Civil War Lady, Joy Melcher and her staff will personally welcome you into a lovely affair of English goodies and fun! Gentlemen and Ladies alike are invited to attend, 1860's period dress is required. This Victorian Tea is a lovely way to relax after the parade, learn new entertainments, meet new acquaintances from around the country! Our 1860 parlor games are sure to enchant you as well!
You may purchase single tickets or reserve a table of 8. Advanced ticket sales only - do not delay, we sell out every year. Ticket sales 712-310-9383 by credit card or paypal online at GettysburgBall.com
|Battle of Pocotaligo, January 24-25 2015 www.battleofpocotaligo.com
Reenactment of the Battle of Pocotaligo fought October 21st, 22nd & 23rd, 1862.
School day will be 23rd.
CSS Hunley Traveling Exhibit.
Asst Sutlers & Vendors.
|Tartan Grand Ball, March 7 2015 www.CivilWarGrandBalls.info
St. Louis MO
This will be a Tartan Ball in Remembrance of the Soldiers of Celtic Heritage Who Fought in the Civil War. Guests are asked to coordinate Tartan/Plaid into their Attire (e.g. Ladies might use tartan ribbons in headpieces or on gowns; Gentlemen might wear a tartan cravat or waistcoat). Limited Tickets for this Unique Venue
Held in one of St. Louis' Most Beautiful Private Victorian Mansions. 1850's - 1860s Attire Required.
1. We will have exclusive use of a private Victorian Mansion.
2. Second Floor is the most Elegant Private Victorian Ballroom in St. Louis.
3. Etiquette and Dance Instruction Workshops.
4. 14 newly introduced Civil War documented dances that have Celtic roots.
5. Music by Celtic Harpist during the formal dinner prepared by Private Chef.
6. Bagpipers and Highland Dancers .
7. Robert Burns' Scottish Love Poetry Read by Mr. James Duffy, native of Dunfermline, Scotland.
|Waynesboro At War Civil War Weekend, September 12-13 2015 www.waynesboroatwar.webs.com
Waynesboro was a town of 457 in 1860, an unlikely place at the feet of the Blue Ridge Mountains for war to come. However, in September, 1864, and March, 1865, Union General Sheridan brought the Civil War to town.
Join us in commemorating these historic events and the men who made them happen, September 12-13, 2015.
Period craftsmen and artisans will demonstrate the skills and arts of the era. Help make soap, candles or salt. Learn to dance the Virginia Reel. Pitch a game of horseshoes, with real horseshoes, and experience much more.
Military reenactors will demonstrate period drill and recreate army life in the field. Learn how infantrymen fired three rounds per minute. Experience the ground pounding thunder of a cavalry charge. Witness firsthand the explosive power of the artillery.
Civil War themed and 21st Century vendors will offer their wares and foodstuffs in "Sutler Square," while Generals and politicians from the past regale you with their tales.
Start or end your excursion with a visit to the Virginia Civil War 150 HistoryMobile, free of charge! This will be one of only two stops made in all of Augusta County in 2015. So, don't miss what could be your last opportunity.
Camps open at 9 am and battles will be fought at 2 pm each day. A Civil War Dance Social will be open to the public Saturday night 7pm-9pm. (Separate ticket required)
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