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If you want to go through the camps and talk to the participants and observe camp activities, plan on arriving 2-3 hours early, as reenactors start battle preparations well before the scheduled start time.On Sundays, most reenactors break camp and leave immediately after the Sunday battle demonstration, so they often have little time to talk.The people in it were great.'"Though held in early August, Wozniak and Sanko waited to come before the Village Board until they got back results from the survey given to the reenactors who participated in the event."We had them rank it compared to other events through the year and this event came in second on almost every category," Wozniak said."It's unheard for a first year event."The organization has since gotten inquiries from 10 other Civil War reenactor units who heard about the locale and said they want to participate next year, Wozniak said.These amazing people will know what happened on this exact date, in real life in the town, farm or battlefield they are portraying.They have read dairies and know exactly what the person they portray thought about what was happening around them.(You will be fortunate enough to meet several professional reenactors during your visit to Williamsburg.They take their jobs very seriously and you should take a moment to speak with them.
If you were unable to attend the Civil War reenactment event in Carpentersville this summer, don't worry: you'll likely to be able catch it again next year.The pair thanked village staff, board members, the special events commission, the nearby Parkview School which also participated, police and fire departments, and neighbors, for helping making the weekend a success.Carpentersville residents Matt and Betty Westlund heard booming sounds coming out of the village Saturday morning. The couple had heard about the Civil War re-enactment in Carpenter Park.It’s always entertaining for serious reenactors to watch the faces of tourist as it slowly occurs to them that what they are hearing is completely authentic.
You should watch the tourist too, most will politely listen, not get it, and move along to the next person in funny clothing, a few will start asking increaslying obscure questions, and the game is on.At Tuesday's meeting, Chuck Wozniak and Stuart Sanko, board members of Stanford's Battery of Illinois, thanked Carpentersville trustees for allowing them to bring the living history weekend to Carpenter Park.