A Revolutionary War Living History Event Like No Other!
Old Bethpage Village Restoration presents
June 23 - 24, 2018
10 am - 4 pm
Old Bethpage Village Restoration
1303 Round Swamp Road, Old Bethpage, NY

Old Bethpage Village Restoration will become Long Island under British Occupation. This will be a two-day event portraying the years 1777 and 1781. The Rebel Forces will interpret a raiding party of Connecticut Line soldiers, and the Crown Forces will interpret DeLancey's Brigade of Loyalist soldiers occupying Long Island and temporarily garrisoned British units in between campaigns. This event will be based on actual recorded events that happened on Long Island during this post-1776 time. This event will include camp life, drill demonstrations, civilian life, British patrols, altercations between British soldiers and civilians, an interpretive talk about American Loyalists, a interpretation of Rebel soldiers robbing a wealthy Loyalist, and at least three battles! The public visitors will also be involved in the living history. They will have to sign 'Oaths of Allegiance' upon entering the village because they might be stopped by British patrols and asked for their 'papers.' Visitors might also be asked to 'spy' on enemy forces. The goal is to immerse both reenactors and visitors in the period of the British Occupation of Long Island.

This will be a living history event like no other in New York and even the nation!

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