Sunday, September 14, 2014

NC: "Christmas in Fayetteville, 1864 -- A Sesquicentennial Observance"

North Carolina Sesquicentennial Commission Presents:

“Christmas in Fayetteville, 1864 A Sesquicentennial Observance”

Saturday, 13 December 2014 Heritage Square
225 Dick Street, Fayetteville

1PM - 4:30PM; 6:30PM-9PM

General Admission $5 at the door

Special Evening Candlelight tours - $10; Children $5

Enjoy a special day of North Carolina-focused living history displays and exhibits!

Please make copies of the attached flyer and forward this to others!

North Carolina infantry and artillery reenactors/interpreters in static display

1864 Mayor Archibald Mclean of Fayetteville will preside over the occasion

Antebellum North Carolina Christmas traditions interpreted by reenactor Kelly Hinson

The war on the home front interpreted by acclaimed North Carolina author Brenda Chambers McKean

Wartime hospital exhibit and medical treatment interpreters

Period North Carolina civilian & military attire encouraged 

Hot cider, eggnog and warm cornbread

Unique narrated evening candlelight tours of heritage square historic buildings!

Our two-hour supper break will enable all to enjoy the Hay street restaurants!

Corporate sponsorships of the event are still available contact

For more information


  1. I would so like to find a town where time has stood still. Maybe there are some in
    secluded parts of Europe. Sigh!