Please refer back to this page throughout the year as some event dates can change. This calendar represents the official schedule of the Second Continental Light Dragoons. Additionally, while the unit calendar is decided in the beginning of the year, some events may be added to the schedule mid season.
All events are open to the general public unless otherwise noted. For more information, please see event details where links are provided.
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Don’t miss this unique opportunity to see our exhibition Mapping America’s Road from Revolution to Independence and the American War for Independence brought to life! Continental soldiers and colonial citizens portrayed by Living Historians will be stationed at the Museum to answer questions about life on and off the battlefield! Take a close look at…Find out more »
Powder House Day commemorates the events of April 22, 1775, when Captain Benedict Arnold and his foot brigade demanded the keys to New Haven's city powder house, so that they might arm themselves and head down to Massachusetts to join the bloody fray of the American Revolution. Although the people of New Haven had voted…Find out more »
Wethersfield honors the nation's fallen veterans with a day of events starting with a Memorial Day Parade down Main Street, which is followed by a memorial service at the Village Cemetery. Throughout the afternoon American Revolutionary War re-enactors host an encampment inviting guests to explore the way of life of a Revolutionary War soldier.Find out more »
Each year the Friends of Monmouth Battlefield co-sponsors, with the DEP, State of New Jersey, an annual reenactment of the battle. The event is usually held on a weekend towards the end of June, in commemoration of the anniversary of the battle being fought on June 28, 1778. Hundreds of troops encamp at the park…Find out more »
The Old Home Day Association looks forward to providing East Hampton and surrounding towns with free entertainment and fun for the family! East Hampton's weekend-long Old Home Days Glorious Celebration, this year celebrating its 38th consecutive year. Continuously famous for presenting Middlesex County's largest parade and for hosting the 5K Glorious Gallop road race, Old…Find out more »
The purpose of this family-oriented event is to promote the history of South Windsor and to raise awareness of the good works of the South Windsor Historical Society, its programs, and activities throughout the year. There are vendors displaying arts and crafts of Colonial days, children’s games and crafts, storytellers, musical groups, wood turning, wood…Find out more »
Join us for Lantern Light Tours. Tickets are sold prior to the event, with remaining tickets at the door. Tickets will also be sold at the door if available – first come, first serve. Event is not recommended for children under age of thirteen. The tour will start and end at the Keeney Memorial Cultural Center…Find out more »