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 2019 will include some of the following events. Events marked Brigade Maximum are expected to have representation by all Turner companies.

September 6-8: Patterson, MO. Living history at Patterson Community Center/Fort Benton. Co. G, Co. E, Co. M.

September 13-15: St. Louis, MO. Folklife Festival living history at Kirkwood Park. Co. G, Co. C, Co. M. Click here for map to event site.

September 28: Leasburg, MO. Living history. Postponed to 2020.

October 4-6: Willow Springs, MO. Reenactment. MCWRA Maximum.CANCELED.

October 4-6: Pea Ridge, AR. Reenactment of the Battle of Pea Ridge. Co. G, Co. C, Co. M. Note change of date from December.

October 12-13: St. James, MO. Old Ironworks Days living history at Maramec Spring Park. Co. M.

October 18-20:: Everton, MO. Reenactment at Hulston Mill Historical Park.  Co. M. Note change of date from June.

October 18-20: Smithville, MO. Reenactment. Postponed to 2021.

November 1-3: Nancy, KY. Reenactment of the Battle of Mill Springs. Sponsored by Atlanta Campaign. Co. E.

November 1-3: Checotah, OK. Reenactment of the Battle of Honey Springs.

November 2: New Haven, MO. Fire Fest living history. Co. M.

November 7-10: Bloomfield, MO. Liberty Days living history at Stars and Stripes Museum. Co. E.

November 9: St. Louis, MO. Downtown St. Louis Veterans’ Day Parade. Co. G, Co. M.

November 16: St. Louis, MO. Sherman Remembrance Ceremony at Calvary Cemetery.

Click here for a pdf list of 2019 events with locator map. The Turner Brigade may not participate in all these events. See the schedule above for participation.