Re: 1812 Re: Stoney Creek
- There were archeological surveys done everywhere they were working.
And they did find some interesting stuff... of which I've probably
said too much all ready!
On 14-Dec-11, at 11:59 PM, westhouse03 wrote:
> Hmmm. After all those years of NOT being able to DIG a firepit and
> they go and REALLY DIG UP the ground? Hmmmm.
> Stoney Creek
> The Battle of Stoney Creek.
> If you haven't been near the site of Battlefield House recently...
> The implementation of the landscaping plan that threatened the normal
> camping layout of Stoney Creek last year, but didn't occur after all,
> is now a reality this year. The grounds have been dug up and
> readjusted/reassigned enough that all camps (save one) will be in a
> different place this year.
> I am informing the community now so that you have time to get used to
> the idea and everyone is ready to make adjustments as we are all
> likely on the move to different parts of the site this year.
> Stay tuned for details as they become available.
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- Hey there everyone!It's that time again. Stoney Creek is coming on June 6th and 7th.Registration is up on the Stoney Creek website, http://www.battlefieldhouse.ca/reenactors.asp .Battlefield House is holding their customary "History in Action" day on Thursday (no school on Friday) and would like to have some re-enactors to help.If you're able to help please contact Susan Ramsey.There will be the customary battles and entertainment and there will also be the Cast-Iron cook off on Saturday with prize money going to the winner and on Sunday the Musket fire Eliminator with a powder and flint prize!Please register at your earliest convenience!See you there,Craig Williams