The Battle of Forks Road

Watch this space for the 2015 Schedule.


Featured at the museum's historic site are two-days of historic-themed sutlers, United Daughters of the Confederacy, Sons of Confederate Veterans, U.S.C.T unit roles, music, Woodturners, spinning wheel, pottery demonstrations, candle maker, basket maker and food vendors. The event takes place Saturday, February 8 and Sunday, February 9 2015 starting at 9AM, though the museum remains open until 5:00 p.m. This event is FREE.



Last Year's(2014) Schedule


Friday February 7th 2014

6:00PM - 8:00PM: Exhibition Opening Reception
Requiem in Glass: Brady’s Greenhouse An Installation by Harry Taylor and Bruce Barclay Cameron Duck Decoy Collection and a special performance by The Huckleberry Brothers. CAM Members: $10.00, Public: $15.00


Saturday February 8th 2014

10:00AM: Opening Ceremony
With remarks from: Mayor Bill Saffo, Commissioner Jonathan Barfield, Dr. Malcolm Beech U.S.C.T. reenactor, and Dr. Chris Fonvielle, American Civil War scholar

10:30AM: Battle Trail Tour

11:00AM: Infantry Drill

11:00AM - 2:00PM: Kids and Family programming at The Museum School

12:00PM: Artillery Drill and Battle Trail Tour (Limited Availability)

1:00PM: Presentation with Scholar Dr. Chris Fonvielle

2:00PM: Battle Reenactment

3:00PM: Battle Trail Tour with Dr. Chris Fonvielle (Limited Availability)

4:00PM: "Voices From The Front"

5:00PM: Camps Close

7:00PM: Museum and Galleries remain open

7:00PM: The Huckleberry Brothers Band Purchase Admission


Sunday Febraury 9th 2014

9:00AM: Camps Open

10:00AM: Church Service

10:30AM: Battle Trail Tour with Andy Fairbanks (Limited Availability)

11:00AM: Infrantry Drill

11:00AM - 2:00PM: Kids and Family programming at the Museum School

12:00PM: Artillery Drill and Battle Trail Tour (Limited Availability)

1:00PM: Battle Reenactment

3:00PM: Event Closes

5:00PM: Museum and Galleries remain open


(Schedule Subject to Change. All events unless noted are FREE of charge.)



The Huckleberry Brothers Band


Headquartered in the rural coastal plains of eastern North Carolina, the The Huckleberry Brothers Band was formed to explore their interest in the traditional and popular music of mid-19th century America after meeting as American Civil War reenactors. The band will be on site and performing throughout the weekend, don't miss it!

The Huckleberry Brothers Band LIVE! Saturday, February 8th at 7PM.
Members: $8 Students: $8 General Admission: $12


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