|June 6 and 7
Rally for Norlands!
Civil War Reenactment
Gates open at 9 AM
Washburn-Norlands Living History Center, Livermore,
Admission: $7 for one day; $10 for both days.
Children under 6 yo free.
Confederate and Union infantry and civilian reenactors
from across New England will participate in two days of
Civil War living history to benefit the Washburn-Norlands
Living History Center in Livermore, Maine.
Visitors will become engaged in the lives of soldiers
and civilians, including a full-scale battle, cannon
fire, the “Town of Unity” camp, farm-life living
history, field music at militia camps, 19th century
fashion show, formal tea party, blacksmith
demonstration, old-time photos, quilting, Saturday bean
supper and country dance, Sunday church service and box
lunch, exhibit in mansion on the roles of the Washburn
brothers in the Civil War, 1864 town ball game, raffles,
good food, children's activities and much more family
The event is being organized by the
Alabama Company G,
Company B, and Washburn-Norlands Living History Center. The
400 acres of rolling hills surrounding the historic Washburn
mansion, library, meeting house and one-room schoolhouse make
Norlands an ideal place to experience the battles once fought in
similar communities to the south.
The public is invited to experience a journey into history
and help Norlands thrive into the future! Civil War Reenactors
must preregister. Watch for more details here
or phone us at 897-4366 and plan your vacation in 1864 today!
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information about places to stay in the area