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2018 Spring in Early Cincinnati: An 1803 Muster and Social

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Join us for Spring in Early Cincinnati: An 1803 Muster and Social on April 22-23, 2017 at the Heritage Village Museum in Sharonville, Ohio.
Before the war of 1812, militia musters were not just for drilling—they were social opportunities for men and women alike. Linigle’s Company of Ohio Militia will join Heritage Village Museum for an 1803 event that will include drilling, civilian demonstrations, and hands-on activities. Come and celebrate the year Ohio became a state!

Heritage Village Museum, home of Spring in Early Cincinnati: An 1803 Muster and Social

Hours: Saturday & Sunday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Admission: $10 for adults, $6 for ages 5-11, under 5 and members free

Location
Heritage Village (located inside Sharon Woods Park)
11450 Lebanon Road (Route 42)
Sharonville, OH 45241
513-563-9484

Directions & Parking
Heritage Village Museum is inside Sharon Woods Park (although the village is not part of the park). The park may charge a parking fee to visitors without a Great Parks sticker. The one-day parking rate is $3 for Hamilton County residents and $5 for non-residents.

1803 Muster and Social Schedule Detail
(The schedule below for the Spring in Early Cincinnati: An 1803 Muster and Social is tentative and subject to change.

Friday (reenactors only–closed to the public)
8:30 p.m. Officer’s Call Captain Rogers’ Camp

Saturday
10:00 Morning formation, Inspection, & Colors Flag Pole
10:30 Drill Base Ball Field
10:30-12:30 Games In front of Chester Park Station
10:30-12:30 Yarn Doll make & take craft Vorhes porch
11:00 School of the Non-Commissioned Officer (for reenactors) Somerset Church
11:00-1:00 Buzz Saw Toy make & take craft Chester Park Station
11:30-12:30 Water color demonstration (and try it!) Hayner House Patio
12:30 Shakespeare Somerset Church
1:30 School of the Officer (for reenactors) Somerset Church
2:00-3:00 Tea Hayner House Patio
2:00-4:00 Buzz Saw Toy make & take craft Chester Park Station
2:30 Drill & Live Fire Base Ball Field
2:30-4:30 Games In front of Chester Park Station
2:30-4:30 Yarn Doll make & take craft Vorhes porch
3:30 Fashion Show Somerset Church
4:00-5:00 Water color demonstration (and try it!) Hayner House Patio
4:30 Evening formation & colors Flag Pole
5:00 Event closes to the public

Sunday
noon Morning formation, Inspection, & Colors Flag Pole
12:30 Drill Base Ball Field
12:30-1:30 Water color demonstration (and try it!) Hayner House Patio
12:30 Shakespeare Somerset Church
12:30-2:30 Buzz Saw Toy make & take craft Chester Park Station
1:30 Officer and Non-Commissioned Officer Instruction (for reenactors) Somerset Church
2:00-3:00 Tea Hayner House Patio
2:00 Drill & Live Fire Base Ball Field
3:00-5:00 Games In front of Chester Park Station
3:00-5:00 Yarn Doll make & take craft Vorhes porch
3:30 Fashion Show Somerset Church
3:30-5:00 Buzz Saw Toy make & take craft Chester Park Station
4:30 Evening formation & colors Flag Pole
5:00
Event closes

Camping or Facility Information
Contact the village for re-enactor preregistration fees and camping availability. There are no public campgrounds at the site.

Tour Heritage Village Museum
See living history scenarios in our 19th-century buildings, and participate in hands-on activities. There is ample parking, concession stand will be available, all historic houses will be open.

About Heritage Village
Heritage Village Museum is a living history museum depicting life in Southwestern Ohio through-out the 19th Century. Homes, out-buildings and equipment on the museum grounds were moved here from other locations in the region to be preserved and aid in telling the story of our recent past. Interpreters at the museum provide the facts and stories that bring the Village to life with nostalgic glances of days gone by.

For more information call 513-563-9484 or email info@heritagevillagecincinnati.org

Mark your calendar today so you don’t miss the next Heritage Village Museum’s Spring in Early Cincinnati: An 1803 Muster and Social in Sharonville, Ohio.

Tags: Spring in Early Cincinnati: An 1803 Muster and Social, War of 1812 Muster, War of 1812 Encampment, Ohio Living History

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