Gettysburg Reenactment and related activities
June 29 and 30, the Blue Gray Alliance will present a reenactment of the major battles, including McPherson's Ridge, East Cemetery Hill, Culp's Hill, A.P. Hill's attack, Longstreet's attack, Little Round Top, Fairfield and East Cavalry Field cavalry battles, and Pickett's Charge.
Spectators will also be able to view weapons demonstrations, living history interpretations, fighting through the civilian-only "Town of Gettysburg," food vendors, sutlers, historical lectures, period music, clothing demonstrations, period church services, and a Civil War Ball.
The site offers a sprawling, rugged landscape located near the southwestern section of the Gettysburg National Military Park, offering panoramic views of the Round Tops and the Eisenhower Farm from the hilltops.
Saturday, June 29
9:00am - Dr. Bradlye Gottfried presents "Maps of Gettysburg"
10:00am - Fashion Show/Ladies Tea
10:00am - Hanover Cavalry Battle (1-hour)
12:00pm - General Lee Living Historian Talk
1:00pm - Dr. Mike McGough presents "Leadership Lessons of Gettysburg Generals"
2:00pm - Author Talk
2:00pm - Devil's Den Battle, Little Round Top Battle, Wheatfield Battle, Peach Orchard Battle (4-hours)
3:00pm - Kate Eakman presents "Discovering the Story of Your Civil War Ancestor"
4:00pm - "Enlist Now!" Interactive Children's Program
5:00pm - General Buford Living Historian "Federal Cavalry at Gettysburg"
6:00pm - Civil War Music Performance (90-minutes)
8:00pm - Civil War Ball: Unreconstructed String Band
Sunday, June 30
9:00am - General Pickett Living Historian "From West Point to Gettysburg"
10:00am - Father Corby "The Irish at Gettysburg and in America"
10:00am - East Cavalry Field Cavalry Battle (1-hour)
11:00am - Dressed for Work: Women's Wear in the 1860s
12:30pm - Battle - Pickett, Pettigrew, Trimble Charge