Calendar of Events
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Fort Point February 25 ACWA event see acwa.org for details February 25
Spring Tactical March 31 to April 2 Pike Plantation 25015 6th Avenue Los Molinos
Good time was had by all: cooperative meals courtesy of Frank and Cathy, a dance courtesy of Michelle and the civilians and sufficient drill to qualify the event as military.
Mariposa April 21-23 ACWA event which we support; see acwa.org for details or call ACWA President Alaina Young 209.747.3979
school day April 21, site opens April 20 for school day participants; otherwise April 21
Cone Grove Park April 27-30 Red Bluff (event moved from Dog Island Park to this new site) (formerly Dog Island) Cone Grove Road east of Highway 99E event coordinator Rick Barram 530-526-8320 Thursday: camps open Friday: school day meeting 080o a.m. Federal camp Kiwanis Club is providing a free lunch to school day presenters & docents Saturday: battles noon and 3 p.m. 4 p.m. Barndance & shindig in civilian camp. Everyone is invited, including the public! There will be games and dances. 5 p.m. Annual RACW members meeting Camp of 8th Alabama Member questions and concerns addressed by board members
Sunday: church call TBA battle at 1 p.m.
site: 24301 Cone Grove Road, Red Bluff intersection of Cone Grove Road & Antelope Creek shady shady park on north side of road, entrance on left immediately after crossing Antelope Creek
Mahon Ranch NCWA event we support May 5-7 see ncwa.org site for details
Stone Ranch/Esparto NCWA event we support June 2-4 cancelled in 2023
Joseph Stewart County Park CCWS event we support June 23-24 see cascadecws.com for details
Fort Crook Pioneer Days September 15 possible school day, camps open
September 16 1000 to 1600 hours fun local event; the year I went they also had a dutch oven cooking contest. Our 1st U.S.Dragoons helped rebuilt the fort a decade ago. The 72nd attends in support. Although the Fort flourished in the antebellum era, a few rabble rousing citizens with southron sympathies and loaded weapons could demonstrate the then political strife dividing the nation at that time. More details as we get closer. This is not yet an RACW event. It is still geriminating. Steve Kerns has lead on this.
8th Alabama Tactical September 15-17 Dougherty Ranch near Burney Richard Doherty and Jeff Mann have lead on this. All RACW members welcome. This will be integrated with the Fort Crook Pioneer Days which is only about 15 miles away. This event is likewise germinating. Use of firearms will depend on fire season safety.
Tres Pinos NCWA event September 17-18 San Benito
Hawes Ranch September 27-29 Anderson event coordinator Joe Allison 530340.3224
event in suspense status at this time pending developments beyond RACW control
Thursday camps open 1 p.m. Friday school day Saturday battles noon and 3 p.m. Sunday church call TBA battle at noon Stone Ranch 2/Esparto October 6-8 NCWA event we support
Fall Tactical, Dinner, Rummage Sale & Dance November TBA Pike Plantation 25015 6th Avenue Los Molinos
2023 PACWR Events
September Virginia City (Nevada) Civil War days camp and train battles; see Comstock Civil War Society