Civil War Re-Enactment & Living History
The Northwest Civil War Council will present a full Civil War reenactment at The House On Metolius Meadow, Saturday and Sunday, May 18 & May 19, 2019.
The reenactment and living history camps include over 200 Civil War reenactors presenting living conditions and circumstances of 1863, as well as battle reenactments. This is the sixty Civil War living history event held at the site. The beautiful mountain meadow setting offers over five acres of living history with reenactors and characters in period clothing and uniforms. Campsites, stores, engineering projects, medical and dental demonstrations, fashion and other activities of the era are displayed as well as Civil War artillery, infantry and cavalry.
Mock battles with cannons and muskets firing real black powder are scheduled for 11am and 3pm each day.
The event is open to the public from 9am to 5pm Saturday, and 9am to 4pm
The House On Metolius (http://www.metolius.com) is off Oregon Highway 126 / US-20, two miles north of Camp Sherman, off road 1420.