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"Remembrance" Fall Fair & School of the Soldier @ Riley's Farm

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The CIVILIAN CORPS of the ACWS and the

ARMIES of the POTOMAC and NORTHERN VIRGINIA

Present

"REMEMBRANCE" FALL FAIR and SCHOOL of the SOLDIER

September 17 & 18, 2005

Riley’s Farm

Oak Glen, California

Full weekend event-Open to the Public on Saturday 10 AM to 4 PM

We need reenactors in all these categories; Call to reserve a place on the schedule

Living History-watch a demonstration of a period craft

Special Impressions-meet the movers and the shakers of the Civil War Period

Musicians- Enjoy music of the period

Military Demonstrations-learn the military tactics and weapons of the Nineteenth Century

Special Collections-view authentic Civil War Relics

Sutlers and Civilian Town Merchants-shop for a wide variety of magnificent merchandise

ON THE GREEN

Blind Bargain Auction***White Elephant Sale***Fashion Show***Drill

Cavalry Demonstration***Children’s Crafts***Cooking Demonstrations***Carnival Games***Drill

Musicians playing 1860 music***Baked Goods and Jam and Jelly Contest***Dance Lessons

Cannon Demonstration***Brass Band Concert***Young Ladies Finishing School***Cadet Corps

Black Powder Demonstration***Meet President Lincoln and Mary Todd Lincoln and Family***Shopping

Conversations with the Generals***Drill. . .

and more DRILL!***

 

SATURDAY NIGHT BLUE AND GRAY DINNER & BALL

Early bird Ticket Sales $25 until August 31, after that $29.95

or call 909-797-7534

Free Sunday Morning Breakfast for reenactors/participants arriving by midnight Friday($5 otherwise)

Free Raffle Ticket for all participating Reenactors

Packing Shed BBQ available 8 AM to 4 PM Saturday U-pay

Please do not pick fruit-U-pick will be open September 24

Hay and Firewood provided (above ground fires subject to San Bernardino County Fire Regulations)

All camps are required to have a fire extinguisher.

 

 

Military Liaison: Captain Thomas Atkins 661-261-3466

Civilian Liaison: Wendy Atkins 661-261-3466

Scheduling: Shelley Peters, ACWS Civilian Director, 951-928-9601 SDPeters99@aol.com

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Page added 9 August 2005.

This page was last updated on 15 May 2009.

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