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Sharpsburg Heritage Day on Sept 16, 2006

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  • Tom Shay
    Sharpsburg Heritage Day Saturday, September 16, 2006, 9:00 - 5:00, on S. Mechanic St. south of square, Sharpsburg All Day - Festivities located on the first
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      Sharpsburg Heritage Day

      Saturday, September 16, 2006, 9:00 - 5:00, on S. Mechanic St. south of square, Sharpsburg

      All Day - Festivities located on the first block of South Mechanic Street
      Information Table at Square
      Town History Display at Town Hall
      Demonstrations, Crafts and Food

      9:00 2nd Maryland Fife and Drum Concert at Grove House Music Tent - 1 hour

      9 - 11 Churches and Stone Houses of Sharpsburg Walking Tour - self guided
      Tolson's Chapel-special lecture by Dr. Dean Herrin at 10:00

      10:00 Rohrersville Band at Grove House Music Tent - 1 hour

      10:30 Lecture at Town Hall - Ted Alexander, "The Opposing Forces at Antietam: A Comparison."

      11:00 Wildcat Regiment Band Concert at Grove House Music Tent - 1 hour

      12:00 Battle of the Bands on S. Mechanic Street

      12:30 Lecture/Recital at Grove House Music Tent - Dr. Wes Hanson, "Rare and Unusual Music of the Civil War Period (stuff you ain't heard before)" - 1 hour

      1:30 - 3:30 Churches and Stone House Walking Tours resume
      Tolson's Chapel-special lecture by Dr. Dean Herrin at 2:30

      2:00 2nd Maryland Fife and Drum Concert at Grove House Music Tent - 1 hour

      2:30 Lecture at Town Hall - Marc Howell, "Antietam Iron Works"

      3:30 Wildcat Regiment Band Concert at Grove House Music Tent - 1 hour

      5 - 7 Pig Roast Picnic Dinner at St. Paul's Episcopal Church - Tickets $8 in advance, $10 at the door, kids 12 and under $4, call Cindy Weaver 301-432-5463. Proceeds benefit the Sisters of Charity Haiti Project and the Manchurian Mission.

      7:00 Alley walk with the 2nd Maryland Fifes and Drums, meet at Grove House

      7:30 Jimmy Brown and Friends, "The Roots and Fruits of American Folk Music," a free concert of Anglo-American and African-American music, at St. Paul's Episcopal Church.

      Food throughout the day available from the Sharpsburg Lions Club, Christ Reformed UCC Church, Sharpsburg Church of the Brethren

      POSTED BY: Tom Shay


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