Welcome to the Civil War Roundtable of Gettysburg. "The most important Roundtable, in the most important small town, at the most important battlefield, in the most important country in the world."
—Joe Mieczkowski, past president


June 28, 2018


The Civil War Round Table of Gettsyburg offers this list as information on activities that might be of interest to it's membership. Activities presented on this page are sponsored by the organization listed with each activity.

On Going

January 18 To December 31, 2018, Captured on Wet Plate, Photography during the Civil War. National Civil War Museum. The exhibit will examine the motivation behind Civil War photographers. For information: www.nationalcivilwarmuseum.org or email info@nationalcivilwarmuseum.org.

Memorial Day to Labor Day. 100 nights of Taps. Taps is sounded every evening at the Soldiers' National Monument in the National Cemetary in Gettysburg, PA


22 Bus tour of the invasion of Cumberland County, June 1863. The National Civil War Museum. Seats are limited and tickets are required and may be purchased online at www.nationalcivilwarmuseum.org.

22 • The Pride of the Susquehanna Riverboat Cruise. The National Civil War Museum. Music provided by Steve Ball and Spirits from Tattered Flag Brewery. Seats are limited and tickets are required and may be purchased online at www.nationalcivilwarmuseum.org.

23 • FREE fun filled day of events. The National Civil War Museum. Includes Presentations, Artillery Cannon Firing, Victorian Dance Performance and lessons, and Music throughout the day with Steve Ball. 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM. More information at www.nationalcivilwarmuseum.org.

24 • Civil War Days in Harrisburg. The National Civil War Museum.Events include Free admission to the State Museum of Pennsylvania, US Army & Heritage Center, Capital Preservation Committee Flag Conservation Lab, Historical Society of Dauphin County (John Harris-Simon Cameron Mansion), Cumberland County Historical Society. Victorian Dance Ensemble Presentations, and a presentation at the Camp Curtin Church with Jim Schmick. More information at www.nationalcivilwarmuseum.org.


5-8 • 155th Annual Gettysburg Civil War Reenactment.

Gettysburg Military Park

Calendar of Events webpge

Victorian Dance Ensemble

Calendar of Events webpage

Antietam National Battlefield
living history schedule

Calendar of Events webpage

The National Civil War Museum

Calendar of Events webpage



Join or Renew Your Membership


July 26
(Rain Date: August 2)
The Battle for the Seminary
Benjamin Neely


August 23
(Rain Date: August 30)
Camp Colt
Paul Shevchuk


September 27
Civil War Medical and Surgical Techniques
Peter D'Onofrio


October 25
96th PA Volunteers
David Ward


General Jacob Cox and the Battle of Franklin
Gene Schmiel


Members Holiday Party
Dr. Carol Reardon





Heads up for the July and August
In-the-Field programs

Please take note of our Roundtable’s upcoming programs over the summer. Make your plans now to attend:

July 26: Benjamin Neely – The Battle for the Seminary. Meet in front of the Seminary Ridge Museum, park in their lot. RAIN DATE: August 2.

August 23: Paul Shevchuk – Camp Colt. We will meet in the old visitor center parking lot across from the National Cemetery parking lot. RAIN DATE: Thursday August 30.

All programs begin at 6 PM. Details will be in the July/August

News from 'round the TABLE

  • Thanks to all of you who have switched your newsletter delivery from regular mail to email.
  • In the spirit of us all getting to know each other better, Lynn would like to receive a short biography—three sentences!—from each person, so that she can briefly introduce one member, who is in attendance, at each meeting. She will read them in the order received, so if you would like to participate, please email Lynn: lynnheller7577@gmail.com, or hand her your bio at a meeting. Include whatever you would like the group to know about you. Thank you!
  • Anyone willing to help set up and clean up the Refreshment Table for the May meeting, please contact Lynn by email or call 717-398- 2072.
  • A great deal of thanks to Ron Rock, who has served the Roundtable for many years…as a board member, chair of the Nominating Committee, and chair of the Cal Doucette Achievement Award Committee. He has stepped down from these leadership roles, having done done an outstanding job in all these capacities. We truly appreciate his care and devotion to the roundtable, and will continue to enjoy seeing him at our monthly meetings.


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