Cedar Creek re-enactment schedule

October 12, 2003

Saturday, Oct. 18

9:30 a.m.:gates open to public

10 a.m.: camps open; lecture, "The Boys of Company C," by John Deppen; the Foundation for the Preservation of Civil War History; side-saddle demonstration

10:30 a.m.:field infantry drills

11:30 a.m.:lecture, "The Life & Times of John Singleton Mosby," by Dave Goetz

11:30 a.m.:field music

12:30 p.m.:cavalry demonstration

1 p.m.: the Gilmore Light Ensemble with tenor Doug Jimerson

1:30 p.m.:signal demonstration; all spectators must leave camps

2 p.m.: artillery demonstration

1 p.m.: lecture by Keith Rocco, "Historic Painting"

3 p.m.: Battle of Goose Creek Bridge

4:30 p.m.:hospital demonstration; ladies' tea and fashion show

7 p.m.: candlelight tours; Civil War dance instruction

8 p.m.: Civil War ball (re-enactors only)Sunday, Oct. 19

9:30 a.m.:gates open to public

10 a.m.: camps open; church services -- Catholic service in the event tent; nondenominational service in camps

10:30 a.m.:side-saddle demonstration

11 a.m.: cavalry demonstration

11:15 a.m.:the Gilmore Light Ensemble with tenor Doug Jimerson

Noon: field music; lecture, "The Life & Times of John Singleton Mosby," by Dave Goetz

1 p.m.: signal demonstration; all spectators must leave camps

1:15 p.m.:Lecture by Keith Rocco, "Historic Painting"

1:30 p.m.:artillery demonstration

2 p.m.: formation

2:30 p.m.:Battle of Cedar Creek

3:30 p.m.:hospital demonstration

COST: Adult two-day passes are $15; daily passes are $10; student passes are $5 a day; the candlelight tour is $5 ($3 with daily pass)

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