2019 SIXTH OHIO EVENT SCHEDULE

Our schedule for 2019 is spread out through the year and is again a mix of various scenarios. Come out and join us for what hopes to be a successful season.  If you are interested in falling in with the Sixth Ohio at an event, please contact Ken Cornett by clicking here.
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February 9, 2019 - COMPLETED - Company Meeting - Camp Dennison Schoolhouse - There is much to discuss at this year's company meeting at the School House Restaurant. A new unit direction, choice of schedule, and re-growth will be some of the agenda items. All Sixth Members are encouraged to come out and help kick off a new season! Please let us know if you are able to attend by sending an e-mail to Steve Spohn by clicking here, or you can chime in at the Sixth Ohio Folder on the Common Ground Forum here. We will take new photos for the members page at the meeting. We will see you at Camp Dennison!
April 6, 2019 - COMPLETED - Civil War Trust Park Day - Perryville Battlefield, Kentucky - Since 1996, the Civil War Trust has sponsored Park Day, an annual hands-on preservation event to help Civil War battlefields and historic sites take on maintenance projects large and small. Split rail fence building and trail work!  We will be replacing some of the split rail fences on the park as well as working on our trail system.  The Friends of Perryville Battlefield will provide lunch and museum admission is free. All volunteers will receive a discount in the museum store. Web Site
March 22-23, 2019 - COMPLETED - Sixth Ohio Training Camp - Goshen, Ohio - Marr Education Center - To kick off the season in style, on Saturday, the 6th Ohio will work on manual of arms, drill and get ready for this season. Feel free to camp on-site Friday and Saturday night. We will have access to the Stroup-Cook Log Cabin. It is believed the log cabin was built around 1804 by German crafts men for Jacob Stroup. The house and farm were purchased by James Cook in 1875. The Cooks lived and farmed this property in Goshen for over 100 years. For More Information, Check Out Their Web Page Here.
May 27, 2019 - Memorial Day at Spring Grove Cemetery - A GAR Ritual dated May 1868 read "May is designated for the purpose of strewing with flowers or otherwise decorating the graves of comrades who died in defense of their country during the late rebellion, and whose bodies now lie in almost every city, village, and hamlet churchyard in the land." The Sixth will be the color guard with clean uniforms & white gloves. Mike Davis will give one of the keynote speeches. We will visit the grave of Lt. Colonel Nicholas Anderson, commander of the Sixth Ohio. Click Here for the Event Web Site
May 17-19, 2019 - Heritage Village at Sharon Woods - Cincinnati, Ohio- Civil War Weekend at Heritage Village brings re-enactor soldiers, citizens, and cavalry to the Village.  Each year's event includes a daily battle.  Cavalry, artillery, infantry, and civilians from both sides of the conflict will be on hand to tell the story.  Meet Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis, see living history scenarios in our 19th-century buildings, and participate in hands-on activities. There is ample parking, concession stand will be available, and all historic buildings will be open. Web Site
July 12-14, 2019 - Dinsmore Homestead - Burlington, Kentucky - We resuurected this event last season and those that went had a great time. We will enjoy camp life, drill and maybe even some marching in the surrounding woods. In 1839, James & Martha Dinsmore purchased approximately 700 acres in Boone County, Kentucky. He and his family, which included daughters, Isabella Dinsmore, Julia Dinsmore, and Susan Dinsmore, settled there, and raised sheep and grew grapes and willows for a basket-making business overseen by German immigrants. Web Site
September 27-29, 2019 - Caesars Creek - Waynesville, Ohio - We returned to this village last year after many years of being away.  We had a small contingent , but we had a very nice time.  A new event coordinator has taken over the program and she is a very reenactor friendly.  This will be our last opportunity to field a good sized company this year and we really hope as many of you as possible will make it out.  It's not a far drive for most of our members.  Web Site
April 15, 2019
June 21-23, 2019- Ohio Village - Columbus, Ohio - Experience a thriving Civil War town as reenactors bring to life the everyday activities and goings-on of civilians and military men alike. Get a taste of civilian life with period games, music, dancing and much more.  The village is a wonderful place to get the feel of 19th century life.  We hve been here a number of times over the years and it always proves to be a lot of fun. Its central location should help more of our company out.   Web Site
August 9-11, 2019 - Hale Farm - Bath, Ohio - This one is a typical village type of event but on a very large scale.  The Army of Ohio participates in this event nearly every year and we would work with them. Preferably as a company of our own.  Moe information and registration is listed on their website. Web Site
October 26, 2019 - Linden Grove Cemetery - Covington, Kentucky - We have helped out this cemetery in the past with their Halloween program which is a really neat experience.  Visitors come in on wagons, in fog, and we Civil War soldiers come to life and interact with them.  Are we ghosts?  Maybe.  This is a one evening event that promotes history at different levels.  Web Site