Time & Location
About the Event
Length of Event: All Weekend 10am – 4pm public hours
Arrival Time For Regiment: 9am each day
Parking: Please park in designated parking lot after unloading at Continental Army encampment area.
Food and Beverages Provided: Yes – by Regiment or event organizer for breakfast, lunch, and dinner Saturday and breakfast and lunch on Sunday.
Encampment Setup Level: Large
Camp Kitchen Setup: Yes
Camp Kitchen Tent Fly: Yes
Supply Tent Setup: Yes
In Ground or Above Ground Fire Permitted: Yes
Individual Soldier Tents Permitted: Yes – Indicate to Officer of the Day if bringing your own soldier tent.
Water Provided: Yes – check with staff at location
Straw Provided: Yes – staff come around each morning
Firewood Provided: Yes – check with staff at location
Impression: Delaware Continental uniform preferred. Early war impression. Regimental or Hunting Frock.
Kit Level: Full kit
Musket Firing: Yes
Contact Musician Sergeant-Major for music to be played at this event. Military calls also to be demonstrated too if possible.
Impression: Civilian followers of a military camp.
Table Displays Permitted: No – fully functioning military encampment. Check with Officer of the Day or Civilian Camp Coordinator (if applicable) about any displays or demonstrations.
Please assist in setup and/or breakdown if possible. Also – please bring camera or video camera to take photographs or video if possible. We will look to take posed photos that will be used to help educate the public if possible at each event this year
Chris Mlynarczyk – Military – Soldier
John Foskey – Military – Soldier
Ralph Denlinger – Military – Soldier
Jeff Gibson – Military – Soldier
Alicia Gibson + 2 kids – Civilian
Philip Webb – Military – Soldier
Ron Conklin – Military – Soldier
Kirk Evans – Military – Soldier
Mary Torbey – Military – Musician – Fifer (Saturday Only)