The Reenacting Weekender is your source to find all events relating to all historic reenacting and living history. Each month there will be a list of events happening the following month. If you’re interested in posting information on an event you’re hosting or planning please email us the following information (event title, date, location and … Continue reading March
It's been a long time since we've posted anything on this blog. So what has been updated since 2013? So far all the links have been update or deleted. Sadly we no longer have a youtube channel or twitter account. But the Facebook account remains to be updated in a weekly bases, thanks to friends … Continue reading New Year!!!
There are a few Presidents who were born in the Month of February; but Abraham Lincoln (Feb. 12th) & George Washington (Feb. 22nd) seemed to be the most popular of the presidents who were born in this month. You would figure there would be some sort of parade, living history event or something remembering these … Continue reading President’s Day
December maybe the last month of the year, but it does not mean that the reenacting season does not end with a bang. In fact going to living history events and historical locations in the month of December is the best time because you do not know what to expect (illumination, hand crafted gifts & more.) … Continue reading December Events
In the Mid-Atlantic area of the United States, November brings colder temperatures and the leaves on the trees have begun to fall. It also starts the Holiday season beginning with Thanksgiving. There are also reenactments and living history events that bring family and friends together. Alabama Frontier Days Wetumpka, AL Battle of Fort Branch Fort Branch, … Continue reading November Events
Thank you to all our facebook fans for letting us know what you are looking forward to in 2014. This is just the beginning of the list and we are ready to add more events as the year unfolds. Between our website, blog and what our facebook fans have posted the following attachment, which lists … Continue reading 2014 Schedule
Did you know that you can find reenacting groups on facebook? Many reenacting/living history groups and organizations have social media accounts like facebook because they are free and you can connect with possible members. It is one of the fastest ways to connect with members and the public. Provided below is a list of all … Continue reading Who’s On Facebook: Reenacting Groups