Liberty Pole Day

Step back in time to experience the life of a soldier in the American Revolution at a military encampment and living history day on Saturday, June 8 between noon and 4 pm.  
Join reenactors from Colonel Bailey’s 2nd Massachusetts Regiment and the Yarmouth Minutemen for military drills, music, and living history demonstrations. Enjoy fife and drum music by the Middlesex County 4-H Fife & Drum Corps.  Explore blacksmithing, colonial foodways, linen and wool spinning demonstrations, spycraft activities for kids, tours of Alden House and much more.   Meet author Nancy Rubin Stuart and learn more about Plymouth’s heroine Mercy Otis Warren.  
There will also be a re-enactment of Duxbury’s 1775 “Council of War,” showcasing three tumultuous days in April of 1775 following the Battles of Lexington and Concord, as Duxbury leaders determined their response to the opening days of the war.
Admission is FREE for kids; $15 for adults. It is funded by a Festival and Projects grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council.
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