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Canons will thunder at the Battle of Bost Grist Mill Reenactment in September at the Historic Bost Grist Mill in Concord, North Carolina. Watch as hundreds of Civil War reenactors join in the annual Battle of Bost Grist Mill Reenactment the weekend after Labor Day. The Battle of Bost Grist Mill Reenactment includes fictional Civil War battle reenactments at the grist mill location, showing patrons what was a common image during the Civil War, with battles occurring 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. There will also be a church service 10 a.m. Sunday. Visitors will have a chance to see what life was like during the Civil War, for troops and civilians alike, with various exhibits, including period medical demonstrations and Confederate and Union camps.

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About Bost Grist Mill

Bost Grist Mill has been serving Cabarrus County and surrounding communities since the early 1800s. From the mill’s beginning on the banks of Rocky River, Bost Mill has continued to serve as a central marketplace for the community. Today, Bost Grist Mill grinds corn into meal and grits with the same stones and techniques used during the 1800s as well as providing an opportunity for visitors to be a part of the mill’s historic past.