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This weekend, the Wade House in Greenbush, Wisconsin, will host its 18th Annual Civil War Weekend. If you have an interest in American history, this event should prove to be very enjoyable. Hopefully, the weather will cooperate.
The event opens at 10am both days and closes at 5pm.
From the Wade House website:
"In what has become the biggest and best Civil War re-enactment in Wisconsin, Confederate and Union armies set up camp on the sprawling, wooded grounds of Wade House. Visitors meet and mingle with the troops as well as civilian sutlers — civilian merchants who follow troop movements to sell Civil War-era merchandise.
Each day two battle scenarios will unfold. The historic battle scenarios feature cavalry, infantry and artillery duels between Union and Confederate troops, always a crowd pleaser at every Civil War Weekend. Download a schedule of events (PDFfrequently asked questions (PDF 59KB) about the annual event.
If you are going, don't forget to bring your own chairs! Much like the ladies and gentlemen watched the actual civil war battles from a safe distance for entertainment, attendees set up their chairs on the battle sidelines to watch.
If you have ear plugs, these would be good too. IT IS LOUD! Wear comfortable shoes--you will walk a lot.
Ticket prices are: Adults $12; children (5-17) $6; students and senior citizens (65 and older) $10; families $30.
For more information, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 920-526-3271
The Wade House is located on W7824 Center Street, Greenbush, WI
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