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2012 Schedule of Events

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A Company M crew trains modern Army Reservists at the 2007 Fort D living history in Cape Girardeau, Missouri.

CURRENT SCHEDULE

RECENT BRIGADE ACTIVITIES

COMPANY M, 1st MISSOURI LIGHT ARTILLERY

COMPANY K, 1st MISSOURI LIGHT ARTILLERY

COMPANY G, 17th MISSOURI INFANTRY

COMPANY E, 1st MISSOURI ENGINEERS

CIVILIANS

WHO WAS TURNER ANYWAY?


The Brigade calendar for 2012 will include some of the following events:

December 1-2: Prairie Grove, AR. Battle of Prairie Grove reenactment. 150th anniversary event. Co. G, Co. E.

December 8: St. Louis, MO. Annual Meeting of the Association of the Turner Brigade at the U. S. Grant National Historic Site (a.k.a. White Haven), 10 a.m. to noon.

December 22: St. Louis, MO. 1862 Christmas Ball at the Old Courthouse. 12:00 noon-4:00 p.m. For info on the Old Courthouse, click here.

December 31: St. Louis, MO. Commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation. CANCELLED.

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The Brigade calendar for 2013 will include some of the following events:

February 9: Vandalia, Illinois. Lincoln Victory Ball at Vandalia Statehouse.

February 16: Quincy, Illinois. Mississippi Thespian Civil War Ball.

February 23: St. Louis, Missouri. Early American Militaria Swap Meet & Sale, Grant Shelter, Jefferson Barracks County Park, south St. Louis County. 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Admission charged. Brigade recruiting. Click here for map to event site. Grant Shelter is at the end of Ridge Rd.

February 24: St. Louis, Missouri. Sherman Day Ceremony. Annual Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War ceremony at William T. Sherman's gravesite, Calvary Cemetery, 5239 W. Florissant, north St. Louis. Ceremony starts at 2:00 p.m. Click here for map to event site.

March 1-3: Sikeston, Missouri. Reenactment of the Battle of Sand Ridge.

March 22-24: Pea Ridge, Arkansas. Reenactment of the Battle of Pea Ridge. Click here for link to event site.

April 20: St. Louis, Missouri. 150th Commemorative National Blue & Grey Ball. Click here for link to event site.

April 26-28: Hartville, Missouri. Reenactment. MCWRA Maximum.

April 27-28: Keokuk, Iowa. Reenactment. Click here for map to event site. Click here for link to event website.

May 3-5: Ste. Genevieve, Missouri. Living history.

May 3-5: Chalk Bluff, Arkansas. 150th Anniversary reenactment of the Battle of Chalk Bluff.

May 18-19: St. Louis, Missouri. National Civil War Artillery Association School of the Piece safety school at Jefferson Barracks County Park, south St. Louis County.

May 25-27: Cape Girardeau, Missouri. Fort D Days - Timeline living history.

May 27: St. Louis County, Missouri. Memorial Day ceremonies at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery.

June 1-2: Pittsfield, Illinois. Reenactment.

June 7-8: Springfield, Illinois. Living history at the Old State Capitol.

June 14-16: Jacksonville, Illinois. Grierson Days reenactment.

June 27-30: Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. 150th Anniversary reenactment of the Battle of Gettysburg. Blue-Gray Alliance event. Click here for link to event site.

July 4: Cape Girardeau, Missouri. Living history at Fort D.

August 31-September 2: St. Louis, Missouri. Veterans Festival living history in Forest Park.

September 2: Cape Girardeau, Missouri. Living history at Fort D.

September 1-2: Lamoni, Iowa. Reenactment. MCWRA Maximum.

September 7-8: Patterson, Missouri. Living history at Fort Benton.

September 14-15: St. Louis, Missouri. Folklife Festival living history at Kirkwood Park.

September 14-15: Marshall, Missouri. Reenactment. MCWRA Maximum.

September 19-22: Chickamauga, Georgia. 150th Anniversary reenactment of the Battle of Chickamauga. Blue-Gray Alliance event. Click here for link to event site.

September 21-22: Hermann, Missouri. Reenactment.

October 4-6: Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. Reenactment. MCWRA Maximum.

October 11-13: Columbus, Kentucky. Reenactment.

October 18-20: Fredericktown, Missouri. Reenactment. MCWRA Maximum.

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