Then & NOW Military History Time Line Saturday & Sunday 05-06OCT2013
10am to 4pm
The "Then &
Then & NOW 2012; 08-09SEP
Photos and Commentary
The 2012 weekend began with a washout on Saturday. High winds and horizontal rain due to a fast moving front delayed the weekend and caused some havoc for our more distant re-encator participants.
Several intrepid volunteers who camped out overnight from Friday into Saturday reported some very high winds around 0300. According to one report, "It was like camping on Mount Everest."
Sunday began calm and sunny with Guardsmen from the 112th Infantry Regiment, PA National Guard supporting our mission. 2012
Joel Pannebaker of State College and Roy Stewart from Pleasant Gap share a moment in front of the WWII Command Car and Airborne display on Sunday. 2012
Army WAC Rachel Klott and Marine Pete Michel of Jackson, New Jersey interpert WWII during the 2012 event.
Bonnie and Bob Barry of State College, PA represent Battrey B of the Pennsylvania Volunteers in 2011.
82nd Airborne trooper Roy Stewart of Bellefonte, PA examines the M16 of SGT Gray in 2011.
Joseph Malit (Left) of Maplewood, NJ and Ed Manning (right) of Lake Ariel, PA represent the "resident" Hessian Army at the museum. Displaying a mastery of knowledge for the period as well as a quick wit, they are truly a hit with most of our visitors who claim a Hessian or two in their ancestory. Both were MIA in 2012 due to the storms that swept eastward on the weekend. They promised to return for 2013
Our annual evening meal of Clems BBQ, Olive Garden pasta and salad and dessert from Perkins serves as the backdrop for the group photo of 2011.
Time Line Group Shot 2010
Time Line Group Shot 2009
Time Line Group Shot 2008.
Time Line fashion show 2007.
Hope to see you on October 05-06, 2013!!
Interested in participating?
WWI and WWII email Mike Williamson
Vietnam War http://www.garyowens.webs.com/
Civil War (Artillery) http://batteryb-3pavol.org/
Civil War (Infantry) http://www.webspawner.com/users/rox148pa/index.html
Colonial Period email Ed Manning