Reenactment at Cedar Creek; moonlight Missouri tour; seminars in Georgia and Virginia; and more.
Updated 16 February 2020
2-4 Conference, “Prelude to 2nd Manassas,” annual event sponsored by the Mosby Heritage Area in Middleburg. Details: mosbyheritagearea.org
10-11 Living history, artillery demonstrations at Point Park on Lookout Mountain in Chattanooga, part of the Chickamauga and Chattanooga NMP. Demos at 10:30 and 11:30 am and 1:30, 2:30 and 3:30 pm. $10 park fee. nps.gov/chch
8-10 Civil War Symposium based at the new National Museum of the U.S. Army, 1775 Liberty Drive, Fort Belvoir. Includes tour of the museum, discussion of Civil War leaders and tours of the Bristoe Station, Monocacy and Fort Stevens battlefields. Details: 571-515-0781.
9 Tour, “‘When They Come, Aim Low’: The Battle of Hupp’s Hill and Civil War Strasburg,” a “Fridays at the Front” tour in Strasburg. 10 am-noon. Free. Registration required. Details: shenandoahatwar.org
17 Living history “Moonlight Tour” of the Wilson’s Creek National Battlefield near Springfield. Battlefield vignettes at the Ray House. 6:45-9 pm. Tickets are free but required and are available at the visitor center on a first come, first served basis. Tour roads close 4 pm. nps.gov/wicr
17 Bus tour, “Dahlgren’s Raid on Richmond,” begins 9:30 am at Richmond site. Free. Reservations required. Latest info, reservations: nps.gov/rich
17-18 Reenactment, “Battle of Cedar Creek,” annual event with camps, demonstrations and battles each day on the historic battlefield near Middletown. See ccbf.us for details.
24 Living history tour, “Spirits of New Market,” at the Virginia Museum of the Civil War and the New Market Battlefield in New Market. Spooky annual event 7-8:30 pm. $10/adult. vmi.edu/museums-and-archives/virginia-museum-of-the-civil-war/events
22-25 Seminar, “Infantry and the Civil War,” covers some of the great infantry assaults in both Eastern and Western Theaters. Based in Ringgold. civilwarseminars.org/infantry-in-the-civil-war
31 Tour, “The Most Asked Question: What Did They Do with the Dead?” at the Chickamauga Battlefield. 2 pm. Free. nps.gov/chch