Thursday, November 10, 2016

Tallassee Battles For the Armory Re-enactment

The Tallassee Armory Guards Camp 1921 will hold their annual Battles for the Armory on 12 and 13 November. The site will open Saturday morning about 9:00 am and continue until Sunday at 4:00 pm. There will be a school day for field trips on Thursday November 10th with living history encampments providing a glimpse into the 19th century and the period of the War for Southern Independence for school students.  Friday November 11th vendors and sutlers and the living history and other events will continue with the reenactments on the weekend.  

The battle re-enactment site will be open all day for shopping in the various sutler tents selling various unique historical related items, gifts and clothing. There will also be Food, Drinks, and Snacks available. The battle starts at 2PM so seek out a good location to view the action! There will also be a meaningful ceremony for Veterans in recognition of Veteran's Day after the battle. Admission is $5.00 for Adults at the gate. There is plenty of free parking available. There is a battle on Saturday and Sunday. The Union Army and the Confederate Army take turns on which day they get to be the winners of the battle. This is a unique, educational and fun historical event for the whole family!

The address is 19359 Rifle Range Road (also known as County Road 4) Tallassee, Alabama.

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