The Mid-Columbia Libraries is pleased to present the Civil War: Living History and Reenactment on September 17 and 18, 2016. The event will run from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. on both days. This event will be held at Columbia Park, Kennewick. For more details, please visit the Civil War page at the Mid-Columbia Libraries' website.
About the Civil War: Living History and Reenactment
The Civil War: Living History and Reenactment will be presented by the Mid-Columbia Libraries with the help of the City of Kennewick and the Washington Civil War Association. This is a great opportunity for everyone to engage in the history of the American Civil War. Participants get to have a glimpse of the kind of weapons used during those days. There will also be fashion items that will be put on display, as well as some materials to demonstrate the camp life in that era. Some of this event's highlights are the reenactments, cavalry, and artillery demonstrations. It will also include a Sunday church service and a Question and Answer activity with President Lincoln.
The Civil War: Living History and Reenactment is a free event and it's open to the public. Don't miss this educational affair that only happens on rare occasions.
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