Mullica Hill, NJ Living History
October 9 - October 10
MILITARY CAMPS OPEN FROM 9am TO 5pm SATURDAY AND
9am to 3pm SUNDAY.
Music will be performed at Union Camp.
Mullica Hill is located at the intersections of Routes 322 and 45 and easily accessible from I-95 via the Commodore Barry Bridge and Rt. 322; East from Exit 22 of I-295; East from Exit 2 of N. J. Turnpike; and west from Exit 50B of route 55.
A FUN FAMILY EVENT FOR THE PUBLIC AND REENACTORS.
Information: John J Green 215-815-0660 email@example.com
OCTOBER 10TH AND 11TH, 2021
FALL OPEN HOUSE SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
MULLICA HILL’S CIVIL WAR LIVING HISTORY WEEKEND
Sponsored by the Mullica Hill Merchants Association
Saturday, October 9th
9:00 am – Union and Confederate Camps open to
public. Soldiers and civilians with authentic equipment will demonstrate Civil War life and answer questions. Weapons display, pie baking over open fire, basket weaving, naval, medical and engineering displays. Sutlers will be selling war clothing and accessories. Music by the PA Regimental Brass Band throughout the day.
10:00 am – Drill and Firing Demo (Union Camp)
12pm- Artillery Demo in the Rebel Camp
2:00 pm – Skirmish (grounds next to Rebel
3:00-5pm – Display in the Union Camp of Authentic Uniforms and equipment from the Civil War.
4:00 pm – Artillery Demo and Firing Competition in Union Camp
7:00 pm – Guided lantern tour of both camps and the Cemetery.
Join us for our Annual HISTORY tour and have a look into life in the 1860’s including Victorian Funeral Practices and local veterans highlighted. Saturday Evening 7:00pm. Meet next to the Stratton House 39 S. Main St. (Union Camp entrance)
Sunday, October 10th
9:00 am – Camps open to public with
demonstrations as on Saturday
10:30 am – Union Camp- Drill and Firing Demo
11am- 12:30 – Display in the Union Camp of Authentic Uniforms and equipment from the Civil War.
12pm Artillery Demo in the Rebel Camp
1:00 pm – Skirmish (Grounds next to the Rebel
3:00 pm – Camps close.
Union Camp is located at 39 S. Main St. Confederate Camp is located at 1 W. Church St.