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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.

November

5 • Virginia. Seminar & Tour. Shenandoah University’s McCormick Civil War Institute annual fall seminar and tour with Prof. Jonathan A. Noyalas, “My Mind is Full with Thoughts of the Past”: The Second Battle of Winchester Through the Eyes of Combatants and Civilians.” $25 registration fee covers morning lecture at Shenandoah University (1460 University Drive, Winchester, VA), lunch at SU, and vehicle caravan of sites, including sites not regularly accessible to the public. Event begins at 10:30 a.m. and concludes at 4 p.m. To register visit www.su.edu/mcwi. For information; jnoyalas01@su.edu or 540-665-4501.

16-18Pennsylvania. Symposium. Annual Lincoln Forum, Wyndham Hotel in Gettysburg. Speakers Jon Meacham, John Avlon, Harold Holzer, Frank Williams, Jonathan White, many more, plus Carol Reardon battlefield tour, U.S. Army Chorus concert, and breakfasts, lunches, dinners. For registration: www.thelincolnforum.org.

18-20Pennsylvania. 20th Annual Civil War Expo Remembrance Day Weekend. Sponsored by Civil War & More (Books and CD’s), Lucyshairwork (Specializing in Victorian Hair Jewelry), Sullivan Press (Reproductions of Books, Documents, Stationery), and Miller’s Millinery (Authentic 18th & 19th Century Head Wear. Hand Made in the USA). Hotel Gettysburg – 1 Lincoln Sq., Gettysburg, room left of front desk. Hours Fri. 11 a.m. – 10 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m. – 10 p.m. Sun. 9 a.m. – Noon. Free Admission. Parking garage behind hotel accepts cash or credit. For more information: Contact Jim Schmick at 717-766-1899 or email genjenkins@aol.com.

18-19Pennsylvania. Civil War Ball. The Eighteenth Annual President's Remembrance Day Dinner & Ball will once again be held at the Hotel Gettysburg. Music by Fleeting Moments Orchestra, instruction by dance mistress Susan de Guardiola. Period attire is required for both events. Ticket prices include a three-course dinner each evening. For information, www.remembrancedayball.com or call John Newbold at 717-420-5145 for full details.

19Pennsylvania. Remembrance Day in Gettysburg. General Meade & his Generals and the veterans of the Battle of Gettysburg Honor/Dedication ceremonies during the Remembrance Day Observance. Honoring all commanders and veterans of the Battle. Meet at the General Meade Equestrian Monument at 10 a.m. For information; Jerry McCormick at 215-848-7753 or gedwinmc@msn.com.

19Pennsylvania. Annual Gettysburg Remembrance Day Parade . Sponsored by the Sons of Veterans Reserve, the Military Department of the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War. Parade briefing at the Unity Park Monument on Lefever St. at 12 p.m. Units form up at Noon on Lefever St. between Baltimore St. and E. Confederate Ave. Parade begins at 1 p.m. For information; Major David Hann, Provost Marshal SVR at 609-816-2012, majorsvrprovost@gmail.com.

19Pennsylvania. Civil War Ball . The original Gettysburg Ball will be held 8 p.m. to midnight at the Wyndham Gettysburg Hotel located at 95 Presidential Circle in Gettysburg. Tickets $20 in advance, $25 at the door. Music by the Philadelphia Brigade Band. Dances led by the Victorian Dance Ensemble. Period dress encouraged, but not required. Door prizes, plus prizes for Ladies Cake Walk. Cash bar. Make check payable to SVR Remembrance Day Ball. Include stamped, self-addressed envelope for tickets. Ticket orders received after Nov. 12 will be distributed at the Ball. Mail to: Col. Steve Michaels SVR, 6623 S North Cape Rd., Franklin, WI 53132-1227. For information; 414-712-4655 or Lt.col.sm@gmail.com.

December

31Pennsylvania. Birthday Celebration. 2022will mark the 207th annualanniversary of the birth of General George G. Meade, the heroic commander of the victorious Union army at the Battle of Gettysburg. The General Meade Society of Philadelphia will celebrate his birthday at Historic Laurel Hill Cemetery, 3822 Ridge Ave. at noon. A champagne toast and reception will follow the program. For information; 215-228-8200 Laurel Hill Cemetery. 

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January 28
Chris Army
The Pipe Creek Line

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February 23
Nancy Jill Hale
Civil War chaplains

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March 23
Tom McMillan
The Hancock- Armistead Relationship

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April 27
Janet McCabe
The Story of Rufus Weaver

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Saturday May 6
9:30-noon
Kendra Debany
A Tour of McAllister’s Mill

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May 25
Ron Kirkwood
The Spangler Farm During the Battle of Gettysburg Part 2.

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June 22 (rain date June 29)
Peter Miele
The Attack of Scales’ Brigade at the Seminary

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July 27 (rain date July 31)
Larry Korcyzk
The Wheatfield

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August 24 (rain date Aug 31)
Dr. Carol Reardon
A tour of the Spangler Farm

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September 28
Bradley Gottfried
Comparing Antietam and Gettysburg

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October 26
Dennis Doyle
Illinois Regiments at Gettysburg

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November 16
Bruce Davis
Defending O.O. Howard

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December 7
Holiday Banquet at The Dobbin House
Jill Titus
Gettysburg in 1963

 


 

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