The Revelry Event at Alvin Chase and Tozia Dippre’s Farm on Middle Road in Warren.
August 27 @ 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Don’t miss your chance to step back in history to the mid 1700s with a reenactment and encampment of soldiers who historically protected the fledgling communities of the midcoast!
This Revelry event has something for everyone. From 12 pm to 4 pm, families are invited to come out and learn about life for local soldiers during the French and Indian War presented by Fletcher’s Scouting Company. Visit their authentic encampment, learn how to make a basket, and hear stories of their adventures. Tickets to this portion of the event are $10 for individuals and $25 for families. Get your tickets for the daytime fun here!
Interested in wild Maine game hors d’oeuvres and beverages from the era as well? Act quickly as only a few spaces reamin for the evening activities! With the purchase of a full event ticket ($75 for members, $85 for non-members), in addition to the daytime activities, you will be invited to join the troops at their evening relaxation. From 4 pm to 6 pm, you will enjoy delectable hors d’oeuvres featuring wild Maine game washed down with period adult beverages. Our featured historian, author Mike Dekker, will share details of the power struggle that raged across the Maine frontier from 1675 to 1759 as European settlers and Native Americans clashed, in a series of six wars, to defend territorial claims to call the state home. Then, join the troops for a raucous game of chance!
Join us for a historically fun day (period dress encouraged but by no means required!) reveling along the river at Alvin Chase and Tozia Dippre’s farm on Middle Road in Warren. The summer weather will be wonderful, the nibbles delicious, and entertainment lively. This event will be outdoors in fields and woods, appropriate clothing and footwear is recommended.
Get your tickets online or call Roberta at 207-594-5166 to sign up TODAY!