Kalamazoo Living History Show brings thousands: War re-enactors, Native American performances, craft demos, more

This entry was posted in Arts & Entertainment, Attractions & Recreation, on March 14th, 2014 .
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The 39th Annual Kalamazoo Living History Show takes place March 15 and 16 this year.

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You can find Kayla Kiley wrapping up in the unparalleled beauty of Michigan summers, grooving to local live music, sipping on the inventive craft-beer scene, joining foodie tours, oil painting, ballroom dancing, and simply exploring the world around her.

Kalamazoo, Mich. — Abe Lincoln and Robert E. Lee in Kalamazoo?

That could happen this weekend!

On March 15 and 16, the Kalamazoo County Expo Center is once again hosting the Kalamazoo Living History Show.

This 39th annual show brings more than 10,000 re-enactors to Kalamazoo. There will be re-enactors from the French and Indian War through the Civil War, along with the 270 of the finest craftspeople, dealers and history buffs from across the U.S. Other highlights include children’s activities, Native American dancing and singing, and many artisans who will demonstrate their crafts.

The fun happens 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. Cost is $7 for a one-day pass and $10 for weekend pass; children younger than 12 are free.

Kalamazoo Living History Show

Experience thousands of war re-enactors from the French and Indian War through the Civil War, along with the finest craftsmen, dealers and history buffs from across the nation at the 39th Annual Kalamazoo Living History Show March 15 and 16.

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