September 10, 2014
To: GAC Subject: RE: ABA Top 100 Nomination
I am happy to share with you that the Anniversary Commemoration of the Battle of Gettysburg was selected for ABA Top 100 Events of 2015!
Anniversary Commemoration of the Battle of Gettysburg
July 1–6, 2015
contact: Caitlin Hartzel
Commemorate the anniversaryof the Battle of Gettysburg with events including
special ranger walks, the Sacred Trust Talks, and book signings held at the Museum
and Visitor Center. Living history encampments and the full 152nd
Gettysburg anniversary battle reenactment bring history to life. Experience period
music and a variety of food and camp life as you stroll through both Union and
Confederate camps. Visitors will also enjoy shopping in the 1860s sutler village.
Visit web site: www.gettysburgreenactment.com for more information and complete schedule
nearby attractions: Eisenhower Historic Site, Gettysburg Historic Train Station, Seminary Ridge
January 19, 2014
“Crossroads of Destiny”
We are very, very excited! On July 3rd, 4th & 5th we will again be at the beautiful Gettysburg Movie Site for the twenty-second anniversary of the movie Gettysburg. Reenactors, visitors and staff all love this site that sits beside GNMP, with its pastoral terrain and magnificent views that overlook the historic Sachs Mill Covered Bridge, the Eisenhower National Historic Site and The Roundtops. This will be an event that allows both reenactors and staff to take more time to enjoy the smaller interesting scenarios, the beautiful surroundings, campfire chats and camaraderie.
“Crossroads of Destiny”
Reenactment Tickets Now On Sale
Tickets are now on sale for next year’s Gettysburg reenactment on July 3rd, 4th & 5th. Tickets make great holiday gifts. To order tickets or for additional ticket ordering information please contact E-tix support athttp://www.etix.com/ticket/online/venueSearch.jsp?venue_id=10019 or call E-tix support at 800-514-3849. You may also go to the reenactment website at www.gettysburgreenactment.com and click on Order Tickets.
We are pleased to report that Generals Allen Baldwin & Brian Gesuero will be returning to command at Gettysburg in 2015. Last week we toured the site with General Baldwin and General Gesuero. They determined that this year both camps will be on the west side of the property again, freeing up interesting and diverse ground on the east side that would be conducive to options such as Culp’s Hill, Benners Hill, East Cemetery Hill or Willoughby Run; either as a tactical or as a prelude to going into another phase of battle. A cavalry ride into GNMP through the Sachs Mill Covered Bridge and historic Eisenhower Metal Bridge is also anticipated. Having taken a deep breath and held it in last year – this is a year to exhale and completely enjoy.