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 Branch County Civil War Days


May 22nd - 25th, 2014

 

  Battle of Chickamauga


FREE Admission

Heritage Park, Coldwater, Michigan


Bring the family and join in on this Memorial weekend, living history event.

Complete with Civil War Battle Re-enactments,

Purchase wares from various Sutlers

 Through out the day observe period craftsman at work.  

Sunday morning attend a Civil War Church Service.

Military and Civilian impressions, demonstrations, encampments, drills and

a period dance Saturday evening. 

All this and more makes for a fun filled, holiday weekend

in Coldwater, Michigan.

 

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OTHER  ACTIVITIES  FOR THE WEEKEND INCLUDE

 

****Free Guided Tour of  Historic Oak Grove  Cemetery****

 Thursday May 22nd, 2014 at 7:00 PM

Meet  at the entrance on Old West Chicago Street, off Willow Ln.

on the north side, off Chicago Road,  west side of Coldwater.

Donations accepted.

 

*************Ride the Train with President Lincoln  ($)************* 

 Friday Evening May 23rd.
Start boarding at 4 p.m., Train departs at 5 p.m.
Limited Seating
Adults: $10.00
Veterans, Students & Children under 18 years are FREE
Children must be accompanied by an Adult
Everyone must have a ticket

                                                                             Tickets available at:
                              Quincy Ace Hardware - 1 E. Chicago St., Quincy, MI.
                                         517-639-5325                        

                                        Coldwater Garden Restaurant - 432 E. Chicago St., Coldwater, MI.

                                         517-278-3172

                              Valle's Restaurant  -  575 E. Chicago St., Bronson MI.
                                                 517-369-9349
                              Jack's Thriftway Grocery - 202 S. Broadway,  Union City, MI.
                                                 517-741-8791

                                       Taylor's Stationers - 60 W Chicago St. Coldwater, MI

                                                 517-279-8046                            

For Information call Bill at: 517- 462-1054

or email us  


*********************FREE Concert by Jim Stout *************************

Friday Night May 23rd

at 7:00 pm

Under the Large Tent  at Heritage Park

                  

***Saturday Morning May 24th Special Train Ride Robbery ($) ***

A train ride to remember as Union and Confederate soldiers battle for control

of the train and it's gold shipment. 

The train will  start boarding at 9: 30 am and depart at 10 am Sat. morning

 from The Little River Railroad Station  at 29 W. Park Ave.

Coldwater, Michigan 

 

Train Tickets for this event

Adults & Youth (13 yrs and older)  $15.00

Children (12 yrs to 5 yrs) $5.00

Children (4yrs  and under ride Free)

Everyone must have a ticket for this ride

(4 yrs and younger ride Free but everyone must have a ticket)

   Tickets available at:   

        Sauk Trail Trading Post  - 168 Division Street, Coldwater, MI    

                                                517-278-5100   
                                     Valle's Restaurant  -  575 E. Chicago St., Bronson MI.
                                                 517-369-9349
                                     Jack's Thriftway Grocery - 202 S. Broadway,  Union City, MI.
                                                 517-741-8791
                                     Quincy Ace Hardware - 1 E. Chicago St., Quincy, MI.
                                                 517-639-5325                                   
                                     Taylor's Stationers - 60 W Chicago St. Coldwater, MI

                                                 517-279-8046
                                     

                                      or  Email Us  or call  517- 462-1054

write us at:

 

Civil War Days

PO Box 821

Coldwater, MI. 49036

 

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