Scenarios

 

FRIDAY, July 1st
1:30 - Fiery Artillery Demonstration followed by Live Mortar Fire
     Presentation. Watch as the balls fly through the air to their
-      target with an incendiary ending.                        (Field Demonstration)
5:30 -  

Battle: Buford Holds The Line Until The Black Hats Arrive.

(field event)

SATURDAY, July 2nd
12:00 - Cavalry Presentation, watch as these stately steeds show their work
- followed by photo opp then Live Mortar Fire Demonstration: Watch as
  the balls fly through the air to their target with an explosive ending.
                                                                                         (Field Demonstration)
5:00 - Battle: East Cemetery Hill – The Push is on                      (Field event)
6:00 - Civil War Religious Revival Service with Rev. Farley, RMJC   (Activitie Tent 1)
8:00 - Reenactors Camp Dance with the 2d South Carolina String Band
                                                                                                                         (Activitie Tent 2)
SUNDAY, July 3rd
9:00 - Attend a period worship service by Reverend Farley           (Activitie Tent 1)
or a Catholic Service by Rev Jerome                                    (Activitie Tent 2)
11:00 - Cavalry Presentation, watch as these stately steeds show their work
     followed by an upfront photo opportunity and then Live Mortar Fire
       Demonstration: Watch as the balls fly through the air to
     their target with a dynamic ending.                     (Field Demonstration)
2:30 - Battle: Cushing’s Brave Stand – segment of Pickett’s Charge     (Field)
This energy filled  and desperate attack that  Lee had launched was in truth
the mad and reckless movement that Meade characterized it and
accomplished no more than a slight fraying of the edge of the front line
of the Union troops as the Union Army rose up to repel the Confederates.
The next day the struggling Confederate army would begin its trek back
south across the Potomac River signaling The High Tide of the Confederacy
was on a decline. A massive Artillery Barrage between opposing sides
precedes Sunday’s troop advance at the reenactment. Experience a segment
of this most famous battle on Sunday afternoon, July 3rd, 2016.
In addition, musical groups will be performing throughout the weekend
   All Battles are narrated by Gettysburg National Military Park Licensed Battlefield Guide
Rev:   08/30/2015