Civil War Living History Encampment

 Tinker Nature Park


Military and Civilian Re-enactors bring history to life at Tinker Nature Park in Henrietta, New York

 

14th ANNUAL
TINKER HOMESTEAD AND FARM MUSEUM
“CIVIL WAR DAYS"

Re-enactment and Living History

August 4th, 5th and 6th, 2017
at 
Tinker Nature Park
1525 Calkins Road, Henrietta, NY
For reenactor registration information call or e-mail at:
585-359-7044
E-Mail: tinkerhomestead@gmail.com

2017 Event Schedule:

Friday: 6:30pm - Concert on the Lawn


Saturday, August 5th:
Camps open from 10 am to 4 pm
Battle at 2pm

10:00: Animals Went to War Too! - (Hansen Nature Center) Learn about the importance of animals both large and small in the Civil War. Hear heartwarming, and sometimes sad, stories of the journeys that these Civil War Animals endured both on and off the Battlefields of the Civil War.  We will also discuss the role of regimental mascots, & hear how their loyalties and devotion to their Regiment and the young soldiers they inspired are brought to life through this Living History Program.

 11:00: " Fight All Day,March All Night" - A Medal of Honor Recipients Story
Presentation by Dr. Wayne Mahood

(Hansen Nature Center)

12:00 Ladies Dress Show and Tea
(Nature Center Pavilion)

Medical Demonstrations - Tinker Horse Barn - ongoing and Following Battle

7:30pm: Saturday Evening Dance with City Fiddle 

Sunday, August 6th:
 Camps open from 10am to 4pm
Battle at 2pm

 10am Church Service (Public Welcome)

Hosted by:
28th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Company E
1st Tennessee