Who was Turner anyway?

Who was Turner anyway?

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Field Musicians Wanted!

A Turner Bugler, 2004

Click on this image to learn about opportunities as a bugler, fifer or drummer with the Turner Brigade.

CURRENT SCHEDULE

Schedule of Events

Training Army Reservists at Fort D, 2007

A Company M crew trains modern Army Reservists at the 2007 Fort D living history in Cape Girardeau, Missouri.

The Brigade calendar for 2014 will include some of the following events:

March 29-30: Pilot Knob, MO. Turner Brigade Spring Drill. Fort Davidson State Historic Site. Brigade Maximum. Click here for map to Fort Davidson

April 12: St. Louis, Missouri. National Blue & Grey Ball at the Mahler Ballroom. Click here for link to event website.

April 26-27: Plattsburg, MO. Reenactment. MCWRA Maximum.

April 26-27: Keokuk, Iowa. Reenactment. Click here for link to the event website.

May 17-18: Hermann, Missouri. Reenactment. Click here for link to the Hermann Farms events website. Brigade Maximum. POSTPONED UNTIL 2015.

May 16-18: Resaca, Georgia. 150th anniversary reenactment of the Battle of Resaca. Click here for link to the event website.

May 24-26: Cape Girardeau, MO. Living history at Fort D Historic Site. Co. E, Co. M. Click here for a link to the Fort D site.

May 26: St. Louis, Missouri. Memorial Day ceremonies at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery. Co. G, Co. M.

May 30-June 1: Springfield, Illinois. Living history at the Old State Capitol. Co. M. Note change of date.

June 6-8: Kingston, MO. 150th anniversary reenactment of Thrailkill’s Raid on Kingston. MCWRA Maximum. Click here for link to the event website.

June 7-8: Pittsfield, Illinois. Reenactment. Click here for map to event site at Lake Pittsfield. Brigade Maximum.

June 13-15: Tupelo, Mississippi. 150th anniversary reenactment of the Battle of Bryce’s Crossroads. Click here for link to the event website.

June 21-22: Jacksonville, Illinois. Grierson Days reenactment. Co. G, Co. M. Click here for link to the event website.

June 29-30: St. Louis, MO. Compton Heights Concert Band concerts featuring the 1812 Overture. Co. M. Click here for map to Sunday concert location in Francis Park. Click here for map to Monday concert location in Tower Grove Park.

July 4: Cape Girardeau, MO. Living history at Fort D Historic Site. Co. E. Click here for a link to the Fort D site.

August 30: Sullivan, MO. Living history at Harney Mansion, on opening weekend of the site’s display of the travelling exhibit from the Missouri History Museum, “The Civil War in Missouri: A State Divided” from August 30-October 26. Co. G, Co. M.

September 1: Cape Girardeau, MO. Living history at Fort D Historic Site. Co. E. Click here for a link to the Fort D site.

September 12-14: St. Louis, Missouri. Folklife Festival living history at the Greentree Festival at Kirkwood Park. Co. G, Co. K, Co. M.

September 13-14: Centralia, MO. Reenactment of the Battle of Centralia and the Battle of Mt. Zion. MCWRA Maximum.

September 27-28: Pilot Knob, MO. 150th anniversary reenactment of the Battle of Pilot Knob at the Fort Davidson State Historic Site. Click here for link to the event website. Brigade Maximum. MCWRA Maximum.

October 10-12: Glasgow, MO. Reenactment. Co. G, Co. M.

October 24-26: Richmond, MO. 150th anniversary of the Battle of Albany where Bloody Bill Anderson was killed. MCWRA Maximum. Click here for link to event website.

October 25: Kansas City, MO. 150th anniversary living history of the Battle of Westport.  Click here for link to event website. Note change of event structure from reenactment to living history.

November 15-16: Franklin, Tennessee. 150th anniversary reenactment of the Battle of Franklin. Co. G.

December 6-7: Prairie Grove, Arkansas. Reenactment of the Battle of Prairie Grove. Co. G.

Click here for a pdf list of 2014 events with locator map. The Turner Brigade may not participate in all these events. See the schedule above for participation.