Phyllis Chapman portrays suffragist Susan B. Anthony, sharing her views on working women, and realities she faced as the strategist and organizer of the Anthony-Cady Stanton partnership. This event celebrated the 100th Anniversary of 19th Amendment. Made possible by a grant from the Champlain Valley National Heritage Partnership.
Trek around the battlefield with site interpreter and long-time reenactor Bob Franzoni. See locations of main points of the battle, learn about military tactics and key personalities of the battle, and look at a replica soldier’s kit. Wear sturdy shoes, dress for the weather.
Vermont Archaeology Month event.
The Hubbardton Battlefield State Historic Site is open without charge on Patriot Day for those who wish to honor past heroes.
The State of Vermont and Hubbardton Historical Society present an afternoon of telling stories about early Hubbardton residents and the soldiers who fought here. Meet the Hubbardton ghosts and hear about the spirits at other Revolutionary War battlefields. Meet at the museum for the start of the program and as a group we will go to the East Hubbardton Cemetery.
On this 9th annual driving tour to explore the Hydeville Branch of the 1776 Mount Independence-Hubbardton Military Road. Meet at the Hubbardton Battlefield in your own vehicle. The tour will travel north from Hydeville through west Castleton to eastern Benson. Jim Rowe, president of the Crown Point Road Association, is our leader. Co-sponsored by Crown Point Road Association.
The Hubbardton Battlefield is a stop on the 81st annual summer Castleton Colonial Days. Sponsored by the Castleton Women’s Society.
The Town of Hubbardton sponsors a fun-filled afternoon and evening full of music, food, and activities for all ages, with fireworks at dusk. Call (802) 273-2282 for details. Rain date is July 19.
This living history weekend encampment honors the 243rd anniversary of the Revolutionary War battle fought here on July 7, 1777. Visit with the reenactors portraying the American, British, and German soldiers. Share in the tactical military and other special demonstrations, guided camp and interactive battlefield tours, camp life activities, children’s activities, sutler’s row shopping, and illustrated talks. Food stand on site. Call (802) 273-2282 for details. Admission: $6.00. Presented by the State of Vermont, talented reenactors, and our many Hubbardton partners.
This living history weekend encampment honors the 243rd anniversary of the July 7, 1777, Revolutionary War battle fought here. Scores of reenactors portray the American, British, and German soldiers. Tactical military and other special demonstrations, guided camp and interactive battlefield tours, camp life activities, children’s activities, sutler’s row shopping, and illustrated talks. Food stand on site. Call (802) 273-2282 for details. Admission: $6.00. Presented by the reenactors, the historic site, and many Hubbardton organizations.
Meet at the Hubbardton Battlefield visitor center. Jim Rowe, president of the Crown Point Road Association, leads a vigorous guided hike on the Hubbardton section of the 1776-77 military road to Mount Independence. Wear sturdy shoes and bring water.