May 1-2,2021. National Museum of the Civil War Navy in Columbus Georgia. Www.portcolumbus.org. We will be Marines and Sailors from the USS Pawnee. The museum is fantastic and the camping is nice. There are lots of visitors to educate and entertain and plenty of time to learn and practice the art of being a Marine, with training in marching, bayonet drill, colors, canon drill, and the proper wearing of the uniform. Meals are on your own this weekend. We eat out Saturday night as a group.
Dates: March 26-28, 2021
Information: 27th annual Battle at Narcoossee Mill, sponsored by Jacob Summerlin Camp #1516, SCV.
Education Day will be held on Friday the 26th. Admission for students and chaperones: $5.00 per person,
lunch included. Tours begin at 9:30 AM. School groups must pre-register. Park opens to spectators, Saturday
and Sunday, at 9:30 AM. Ladies Tea at 10:00 AM Saturday. Period music prior to battles and at Barn Dance.
Battles, both Saturday and Sunday, begin at 2:00 PM. Ample grandstand viewing of the battle. Authentic
camps will be open to the public after 10:00 AM, then closed one hour prior to the battles until just after the
battles. Water and firewood will be provided for authentic camps. Saturday artillery night fire at dusk.
Saturday evening barn dance at 8:00 PM. Reenactor registration form and Rules & Regulations available on
website. Powder Bounty: First 6 full-scale howitzers/field pieces which actively participate in both battles,
$125 payable after Sunday's battle. Cavalry registration fee refunded/waived upon passing Coggins inspection.
Hay is on your own.
Reenactor Fee: $7 per person
Contact: Main contact point - firstname.lastname@example.org
● Education groups & presenters contact www.battleatnarcoosseemill.com/ed.htm
● Reenactors contact www.battleatnarcoosseemill.com/reenact.htm or John Holmes at
● Sutlers contact www.battleatnarcoosseemill.com/sut.htm or John Holmes at
Location/Directions: 4700 Chisholm Park Trail, St. Cloud, Florida 34771
A training weekend to learn how to:
7" Brooke's Rifled Gun Drill
Taking place at the National Museum of the Civil War Navy in Columbus GA. Camping available on site. No fees!
Raid on Otter Springs, FL
Dates: January 15-17, 2021
Information: For Vets and the 7th Brigade Florida Division SCV would like to invite everyone out to the 4th
Annual Raid in Otter Springs. Just like in previous years, two engagements will take place on Saturday (Clay
Landing, Levyville) and one on Sunday (Station 4). All proceeds will go to support the For Vets organization.
Artillery limit of 4 guns. Co-hosted by the 4th Brigade, 7th Brigade SCV, and the Florida Division of Artillery
Reenactor Fee: $5
Contact: Reenactors and Artillery- Noah Parrish (email@example.com)
Sutlers and Vendors- Clement Lindsey (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Location/Directions: 6470 SW 80th Ave Trenton, Florida 32693
This one is kind of unusual for us (or maybe not, check out StarTrekContinues Episode 4 on Youtube) We have been invited to a car show. On Saturday we will have displays and on Sunday there will be demonstrations. Camping is available on site, but bring your own firewood. Call Ron Boyce at 850-258-1670 for more information.
We will be Federal Marines. The Marine/Navy units from Texas, LA and Mississippi will be there as well so it will be a great opportunity to meet fellow Naval Reenactors.
16050 Florida Blvd. Holden Louisiana 70744
Skirmish at White House (also known as Battle of Dade City)
Dates: February 26-28, 2021
Information: Living History, Civil War Reenactments will be held on 02/27-28 from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. School
Field Trip Day will be held on Friday, Feb 26, from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Volunteers are needed. Hosted by the
Pioneer Florida Museum and Village (nonprofit organization) and the Friends of The 7 lbs. of Bacon Mess
Band. Skirmishes will emerge from the village and battles will take place on Saturday and Sunday throughout
the village. Traditional period craft demonstrations and living history opportunities for all ages will provide a
unique atmosphere for this family friendly event. There will be a period dance on Saturday night with live
music provided by 7 lbs. of Bacon. No modern crafters will be on the grounds. Sutlers - prior approval only,
Everett Jones email@example.com. There will be an artillery ration for the first four cannons to reply.
Cavalry welcome (negative Coggins required). All branches of military and civilian home guard/militia are
welcome. We encourage help from re-enactors to help on school day on Fridays. Remember on Friday, no
vehicle traffic or vehicles in camp, during 9am until 1pm, due to the unique lay out of the site.
Reenactor Fee: Donations appreciated.
Wayne Sweat 813-778-1346. Museum: 352-567-0262 or curator@PioneerFloridaMuseum.org
Location/Directions: Pioneer Florida Museum & Village, 15602 Pioneer Museum Road, Dade City, FL 33523.
One-mile north of downtown Dade City, off