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Revolutionary War living history this weekend

The Gloucester County Museum of History is hosting its annual spring living history event, “Gloucester 1776: A Revolutionary Experience,” this weekend.

The event will include cannon and musket firing demonstrations, dozens of reenactors, colonial cooking and children’s activities. Activities starts at 10 a.m. and lasts until 4 p.m. on Saturday and 3 p.m. on Sunday.

The educational event is free and family-friendly and aligns with the Virginia SOLs as the event is focused on the Revolutionary War. In the spring of 1776, the 7th Virginia Regiment was posted in Gloucester. The 10 companies of the regiment would split, five headed to Williamsburg while the rest stayed in Gloucester.

“The goal of the weekend is to commemorate Gloucester’s contributions during the American Revolution and to bring this important history to life through fun, memorable, and educational programming,” said Robert Kelly, Museums Coordinator for Gloucester County.

This event is made possible through a ...

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