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2015 EVENTS

The Mosby Heritage Area Association is proud to announce the upcoming events for 2015.  Details for these events will be coming soon so keep an eye on this page or check the monthly e-newsletter.

Sunday, July 12 at 2:00 p.m.
Blazer's Scouts and Mosby in the Shenandoah,
lecture by historian Darl Stephenson. St. James United Church of Christ, 10 East Broad Way, Lovettsville VA.
Darl Stephenson is one of the foremost authorities on Capt. Richard Blazer and his Scouts, a unit specially
formed to hunt down the Confederate Ranger John Singleton Mosby. 

Jointly sponsored by the Mosby Heritage Area Association and the Lovettsville Historical Society. Donation requested. For more information call (540) 822-9194. Reservations are not required.

Sunday, September 13, 2015
Preservation Symposium:
With Special Guest Speaker, Bud Robertson

Join Dr. Bud Robertson on Sept. 13th at 2pm at Highland School in Warrenton as he discusses “Remembering the Civil War”. A reception will follow at historic Hopefield, with a tasting offered by Maker’s Mark.

Highland School
Rice Theater
597 Broadview Ave.
Warrenton, VA 20186

Hopefield
6763 Airlie Road
Warrenton, VA 20186

Talk by Dr. Robertson - -$40 MHAA Members/$50 non-members
For both events - -$65 members/$75 non-members

OPTIONS:

Friday October 2-Sunday October 4
July 2, 1863:  Gettysburg--The Second Day. 
18th Annual Conference on the Art of Command in the Civil War.  Middleburg Community Center, 300 West Washington St. Middleburg VA and bus trip to the field of Gettysburg. 

Friday Oct. 2nd:
4:00-5:00pm Book Browsing, Registration;
5:00-6:00pm Speaker: Stuart Dempsey “The New Guys: The Army of the Potomac’s June Reinforcements”.
6:15-7:15pm Speaker: Allen Guelzo “Meade’s Council of War, July 2nd, 1863”

Saturday, Oct. 3rd:
8:00am Coffee and Snacks;
8:30-9:30am Speaker: Jim Hessler “Sickles and Meade and the Great Controversy.”
9:45am-10:45am Speaker: Jeff Wert “An Army of Lions: The Union Army at Gettysburg.”
11:00am-12noon Speaker: Robert K. Krick “Lee and Longstreet on July 2nd, 1863.” Lunch.
12:30pm-1:30pm Speaker: Eric Wittenberg “Early’s Assault on East Cemetery Hill.”
1:45-2:45pm Speaker: Christina Moon “If History is Written Truthfully: Freeman McGilvery at the Battle of Gettysburg.”
3:00-4:00pm Speaker: John Archer “Holding the Other Flank: Culp’s Hill and the 137th New York.”
4:15-5:00pm Panel Discussion.
6:15pm Cash bar opens at the American Legion Hall.
7:00pm Banquet Dinner.

Sunday, Oct. 4th:
8:00am-5:00pm Bus Tour of Gettysburg, boxed lunches served.

REGISTRATION:
$200 Partial Registration, includes Friday and Saturday lectures and lunch Saturday.
$425 Full Registration includes all events.

OPTIONS:
 

18th Conference on the Art of Command in the Civil War

View the Conference PDF HERE

Sunday, November 14, 2015
20th Anniversary Event