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Events within the state of Alabama:


October 4 to October 5 in Wetumpka, Alabama:

Ft. Jackson 1812 Militia Camp—Early American Living History practice/educational event. For more information: Fort Toulouse - Fort Jackson State Historic Site, (334) 567-3002.

October 11 in Dauphin Island, Alabama:

Colonial Isle Dauphine—Explore life on Isle Dauphine in the 1700-1800s as French, British and Spanish soldiers go through drills and fire the cannon. See the Forts blacksmith demonstrating his craft. For more information: Fort Gaines

October 18 to October 19 in Wetumpka, Alabama:

Ft. Toulouse French Garrison—French Colonial Living History practice/educational event. For more information: Fort Toulouse - Fort Jackson State Historic Site, (334) 567-3002.

November 5 to November 9 in Wetumpka, Alabama:

Alabama Frontier Days—Event focuses on what life was like in the Frontier South during the early years of European and American exploration and settlement, 1700-1820. Frontier trades and crafts are demonstrated by living history specialists and craftsmen in the costume of the periods. For more information: Fort Toulouse - Fort Jackson Park, (334) 567-3002.

December 6 in Dauphin Island, Alabama:

Christmas through the Ages—See how soldiers from the 1700’s through the 1900’s and their families celebrated Christmas. For more information: Fort Gaines, (251) 861-6992.

December 13 in Historic Mooresville, Alabama:

Holiday Home Tour and Progressive Dinner—A walk through the beautifully decorated village to visit the homes and shops decorated in the tradition of Christmas past and enjoy a progressive dinner. Registration required. For more information: Historic Mooresville, (256) 355-2683.