Quest for a Nation's Freedom: Colonial Faire 1620-1820

Do you want to learn more about the Founding and Forming of our Nation? How about experiencing history at Independence Hall where both the Constitution and Declaration of Independence were debated and signed?

 

Jesse Remington High School invites you to be our guest at our Annual Humanities Faire on October 19th thru 21st. Come learn and experience the Quest for a Nation’s Freedom as we step back time through 1620-1820 AD at our Colonial Faire. At this interactive outdoor pageant guests will visit scenes like Plimouth Plantation and Valley Forge; meet some of the great figures of the era, including George Washington, Abigail Adams, Ben Franklin, Ann Bradstreet , Paul Revere and more. Guests can expect to have a whole lot of fun learning and interacting with our historical figures.

 

Following Saturday's show, we'll be enjoying a Potluck dinner together! If you are interested in sharing a dish, please contact Cheryl Crawford at 603-483-5664 or ccrawford@jrhs.org. The Caravan Band will be performing fiddle music for our Tavern Dance following the Potluck. It's going to be a great day and we hope you can join us for all of the day's events!

 

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