- Finding out the event HAPPENED with nice pictures in the paper is usually the publicity the events get. We were surprised this year that the sign in the fieldMessage 1 of 31 , Aug 31, 2005View SourceFinding out the event HAPPENED with nice pictures in the paper is
usually the publicity the events get.
We were surprised this year that the sign in the field for Fort
George this year didn't advertise either the re enactment or the
drum/ fife muster events.Sometimes there is an ad in the local papers
under events.To find out what events are happening I end up going to
the tourist information booths and get brouchures for the niagara
> This is an excellent point, and I'm surprised it doesn't come upI
> more often !!
> I'm a new guy in this hobby, and I was almost 40 years old before
> even knew such a thing as re-enactments existed. They arepractically
> unheard of by the general public and even if you read somethingabout
> one (rare), it's generally after the fact.
> Don Ruetten
- On behalf of the US forces in attendance, I would also like to thank Doug and staff for all their hard work for this past weekend !!! Once again , yourMessage 31 of 31 , Aug 1, 2006View SourceOn behalf of the US forces in attendance, I would also like to thank
Doug and staff for all their hard work for this past weekend !!!
again , your hospitality was outstanding !! A GREAT TIME was had by
To my fellow Canadian's who had the "kahonna's" to cross
border", no more need be said. For those of you who didn't cross the
border,.... no more need be said.... Except this: What are you going
do for the next TWO Grand tacticals??? 2007 Ft. Niagara , 2008
I sound like a broken record here. Every year after Ft, Niagara , I
ask the same question and flog the same dead horse : Where was
Cut through the crap people and give your head a shake! Get modern
politics out of the scene and get yourself out to the US events .
If anyone wants to talk to me about this, I'll be at Ft. Erie on the
US command or you can contact me off list so as not to clog the
22nd US Infantry