Historic Fort Steuben welcomes the Northwest Department of the Brigade of the American Revolution on Saturday, October 28.
This national organization was founded with the mission to educate the public and its members about the American Revolution and the Colonial Period. By putting on events that feature authentic action and programs, the Brigade has become a leader in Living History.
Among the stations for visitors to experience at the Fort that day are the Surgeon and 18th century medicine,18th century clothing, Flax & Spinning, 18th century food & cooking, 18th century tools, Cartridge Rolling, 18th century Games, Geographers & Surveyors, military music, flintlocks, and artillery.
All the buildings of the reconstructed Fort will be open for tours as well as the adjacent First Federal Land Office. Regular admission prices will be in effect but members of Historic Fort Steuben have free admission (which may encourage you to become a member!).
The Fort Museum Shop is stocked with books, games, puzzles, and historical memorabilia and there are picnic tables in the park with many local dining options.
So prepare to step back in time when you visit for this very special event!