Who was Turner anyway?

Who was Turner anyway?

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Field Musicians Wanted!

A Turner Bugler, 2004

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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 2015 will include some of the following events:

February 28: St. Louis, MO. Early American Militaria Swap Meet & Sale, Jefferson Barracks County Park, south St. Louis County. 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

March 1:  St. Louis, MO.  Sherman Day Ceremony at Calvary Cemetery.  Ceremony starts at 2:00 p.m. Click here for map to event site. Note change of date.

March 14-15:  Sikeston, MO.  Reenactment of the Battle of Sand Ridge.

March 21-22:  Bentonville, NC.  150th anniversary reenactment of the Battle of Bentonville. Click here for link to event website.

April 10-12: Pilot Knob, MO. Turner Brigade Spring Drill at the Battle of Pilot
Knob State Historic Site. Brigade Maximum. Friday school day.

April 25-26:  Hartville, MO.  Reenactment. MCWRA Maximum.

April 25-26:  Keokuk, IA.  Reenactment. Click here for link to event website.

May 1-3:  Springfield, IL.  Lincoln Funeral reenactment. Click here for link to event website.

May 9: St. Louis, MO. “Great Jubilation” living history at the Mary Meachum Underground Railroad site.

May 16:  Valles Mines, MO.  Living history.

May 23-25:  Cape Girardeau, MO.     Living history at Fort D.

May 25:  St. Louis County, MO.  Memorial Day ceremonies at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery.

May 30:  St. Louis, MO.  Decoration Day living history at Bellefontaine Cemetery.

May 30-31:  Camdenton, MO.  Reenactment.  MCWRA Maximum.

June 6-7:  Pittsfield, IL.  Reenactment. Click here for map to event site at Lake Pittsfield.

June 7-13: Washington, AR. Red River Campaign. Blue-Gray Alliance event.

June 13-14: Springfield, IL. Living history at the Old State Capitol.

June 20-21:  Jacksonville, IL.  The Grierson Days reenactment has been cancelled.

June 27:  Beaufort, MO.  NCWAA School of the Piece at St. John’s Lutheran Church. Click here for link to school event site.

June 28-29:  St. Louis, MO.  Compton Heights Band Concerts featuring the 1812 Overture. 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, Missouri.     Living history at Fort D.

July 26:  Luebbering, MO.  Living history at St. Francis of Assisi Church.

August 8-9: Kirksville, MO. Battle of Kirksville reenactment.

August 28-30:  Patterson, MO.  Living history at Fort Benton.

August 29:  Pacific, MO.  Reenactment.

September 5: Sullivan, MO. Living history at the Harney Mansion.

September 7:  Cape Girardeau, MO.  Living history at Fort D.

September 12-13:  Wentzville, MO.  Battle of Wentzville reenactment.

September 17-20: Hallsville, TX. “Major Battles of the Civil War” reenactment.

September 18-20:  St. Louis, MO.  Folklife Festival living history at Kirkwood Park.

September 18-20:  Hermann, MO.  Reenactment.  MCWRA Maximum.

September 24-27: Pea Ridge, AR. Battle of Pea Ridge reenactment. First Federal Division event.

October 9-11:  Kansas City, MO.  Reenactment at Shoal Creek Living History Museum.  MCWRA Maximum.

November 7:  St. Louis, MO.  Downtown St. Louis Veterans’ Day Parade.

Click here for a pdf list of 2015 events with locator map. The Turner Brigade may not participate in all these events. See the schedule above for participation.