President’s Day

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

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Reenacting Weekender

Not quite sure when and where things are happening.  Would really truly enjoy this reenacting/living history season if you knew when things were happening?  Would like to know if their are any big reenactments happening this year & when?  Getting tired of missing out on all the fun?  If you answered yes to any of … Continue reading Reenacting Weekender

Events Not to miss in 2013

Last year you might have missed the anniversary of the Battle of Shiloh, Antietam or Fredericksburg and think it is too late to participate, volunteer or take part in remembering a particular battle or time in history.  It is never too late to get into living history or reenacting.  Just incase you are unsure provided … Continue reading Events Not to miss in 2013

Patriots Day

Many of us here in Billerica and throughout Massachusetts associate Patriots Day with the annual Boston Marathon.  But what is Patriots Day all about and how is it celebrated in the neighborhood towns of Concord and Lexington? In reality Patriot's Day is a special Massachusetts State holiday commemorating the opening battle of the American Revolution … Continue reading Patriots Day

Marching Through Time

Weekend: April 16 - 17, 2011 Military Through the Ages or Marching Through Time explores different time periods via living history.  It is a great way for people who have an interest in more than one period to explore several time periods all at once.  Marching Through Time is an annual event that is held … Continue reading Marching Through Time

Reliving the Battle of Guilford Courthouse

Weekend: March 11 - 13, 2011 Have a question you would like to ask a reenactor or living historian?  If so place your questions here or simply post them onto our facebook community.  If you would like to learn more about what is going on and when please click here and continue to visit Reenactor’s … Continue reading Reliving the Battle of Guilford Courthouse