A Civil War Living History Weekend at Audubon State Park to Feature Battle, Demonstrations, and Ball

May 2 – 4 Learn what it was like to live with no electricity and face the hardships of a land torn apart by war.
A Civil War Living History Weekend
May 2 – 4
Learn what it was like to live with no electricity and face the hardships of a land torn apart by war. Experience period surgeries and medical care in a field hospital.
Friday:School Day 9 am – 3 pm Displays, Demonstrations, Period Sutlers, Skirmishes, Field Hospital, Visits by Presidents Lincoln and Davis. Saturday: 7 am – 5 pm Battle, Ladies’ Tea, Re-enactor Dinner. Join us at 7 pm for a Period Ball and experience a night of chivalry and dance. Sunday: 7 am – 3 pm Period Church service, Battle. Battles can be very loud with cannon fire. For more information, contact Julie A. McDonald, Naturalist or Russell St. Clair, event coordinator at (270) 826-4424 or juliea.mcdonald@ky.gov or jja.rec@ky.gov.
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