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WWII USO Night & WWII Remembrance Day

Event: WWII USO Night
Date: FRIDAY, August 6, 2010
Time:  6:00-9:00 PM
Location: Solomon Island, MD on the Boardwalk at the Pavilion
Admission: FREE
Contact: Roseanna at
circleofangels@chesapeake.net or 301-778-3848

Information: The public is invited to this USO style celebration hosted by the Circle of Angels Initiative, Inc. Enjoy live and recorded “jump n jive” WWII period music and share the experiences of real WWII veterans at the annual USO Night. There will be a solemn wreath laying to honor all who have died in the service of our country. Solomons was home to the “cradle of invasion,” the WWII top-secret amphibious training base for the invasion of Europe and Japanese-held Pacific islands. For more information please visit us at www.circleofangels.org or on facebook.


Event:
WWII Remembrance Day
Date: Saturday May 14, 2011
Time: 10:00AM to 4:00PM
Location: Calvert County Fairgrounds; Prince Frederick, MD
Admission: FREE
Contact: Roseanna at
circleofangels@chesapeake.net or 301-778-3848

Information: This one-day event of food, music and military display is to help honor those who fought during World War Two and those who trained at the Solomon base. We are looking for entertainers, vendors and historic interpreters to help us out.  You can register by filling out this form within the following link. For more information please visit us at www.circleofangels.org or on facebook.
 

Event: Life and Times of 1812: Towne and Country
Date: 2012
Location: Dorchester County; MD
Contact: Midge @ restorehandsell@aol.com
Website: 
http://www.restorehandsell.org/

Information: The Dorchester Sounty Historical Society and the Nanticoke Historic Preservation Alliance are partnering for an event on the “Life and Times of 1812: Towne and Country” from the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Our event will be sometime in 2012 here in Dorchester county.

We need plantation owners and wives, children, also overseer and family, slaves and possibly a British soldier and a Anglican Minister–all for a 2-3 day event.

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  1. John Rentschler, see him in a video on Philly Dot Com at http://www.philly.com/dailynews/multimedia/BC33280514001.html. He is forming the 186th Pa., a Civil War garrison/ prison impression, at Fort Mifflin for activation in 2011 for Civil War 150. The historic 186th was formed at Fort Mifflin to garrison and to act as guards for Confederate soldiers, civilians, and Union prisoners. John is looking for living historians for those impressions and also for surgon, Christian Commission and Sanitation Commission impressions . You will be doing first person impressions at the very site where the history you are reenacting actually took place. You may contact John atcaptquarterhorse@gmail.com if interested in this very unique living history experience

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