Looking for something to do this weekend following Independence Day? Well, this weekend is jam-packed with events. Take photos and send them to me! I would love to share them with our group! Even better . . . take some photos and enter them into TheReenactors.com Photo Contest!
July 6-7: Wild West Days in Holbrook, AZ
The Holbrook Chamber of Commerce - at the Navajo County Historic Courthouse, and East Arizona Street in Holbrook. Kids games and other entertainment at the gazebo both days; Arts and Crafts and food vendors in courtyard.
July 6-8: Annual Gettysburg Civil War Battle Reenactment
Witness Exciting Battles
Live Mortar Fire Demonstrations
Expansive Living History Village with all-day Activities
Two Living History Activities Tents with continuous programs
Live Civil War Music
Large & Diverse Sutler Village for Period Shopping
Enjoy a Variety of Delicious Food and Beverages
July 7-8: Old Fort MacArthur Days in San Pedro, CA
For more than twenty years now the Fort MacArthur Museum has sponsored what has turned into the west's largest multicultural celebration of world military history. What began as a small gathering of cannon enthusiasts has blossomed into a truly spectacular event showcasing the history of military activity from around the world and across time.
July 7-8: Lake County Discovery Museum’s Civil War Days in Wauconda, IL
The Lake County Discovery Museum is proud to present the 21st annual Civil War Days encampment in 2012. The event features infantry, cavalry and artillery reenactors, as well as musicians, sutlers, medical personnel and civilians. Ongoing drills, kids' activities, and Civil War era shopping are available both days.
July 7-8: 149th Anniversary of Morgan’s Crossing of the Ohio River in Brandenburg, KY
Please join us July 7-8, 2012 on the river in downtown Brandenburg, Kentucky to commemorate the 149th anniversary of John Hunt Morgan’s Crossing of the Ohio River for the fourth biennial reenactment.
July 7: Confederate Sharpshooters Commandeer the Shriver House in Gettysburg, PA
Watch a live play on the sidewalk at 5 pm depicting the reaction of the citizens of town when the Battle of Gettysburg began. Hettie Shriver and her neighbors are frantic - should they stay or leave town. Hettie's decision to seek safety elsewhere left her home abandoned and ripe for occupation by the invading Confederates.