240th Anniversary Battle And Burning Of Norwalk Living History Day at Mill Hill | Kids Out and About Fairfield County, CT

240th Anniversary Battle And Burning Of Norwalk Living History Day at Mill Hill

Remembering the Battle against the British. Travel back in time to July 11, 1779! Join uniformed living historians from the Second Continental Light Dragoons, French Military Officer Chastelleux as well as the British 9th and 23rd Regiments a Foot and Loyalists from the 1st New Jersey Volunteers for a Living History Day commemorating the 240th Battle and Burning of Norwalk.

Events throughout the day include:

11:00am – Site opens to the public

11:30am- Libation Memorial Ceremony for All Veterans

12:30pm – 2:30pm:

Patriot Drill and Musket Demonstrations
British and Loyalist Drill and Musket Demonstrations
Revolutionary War weaponry and camp life displays
Educational Stations – Learn about the Patriot, Loyalist, British and French involvement during Battle and Burning of Norwalk

2:30pm – 3:30pm:  Cavalry Demonstrations & Meet and Greet with the horses

4:00pm – Site closes

This is a FREE event and is rain or shine. NO PARKING ON SITE. Please follow parking signs to off site parking areas.

Location:

Norwalk Historical Society: Mill Hill Historic Park
2 East Wall St.
Norwalk, CT, 06851
United States

Phone:

203-846-0525
Contact name: 
Diane Jellerette
The event has already taken a place at this date: 
07/13/2019
Time: 
11 am - 4 pm