In the morning, activities were underway at the Recreation Park with presentation of the colors, an artillery demonstration, an 18th century fashion show, a tactical performance by the re-enactors, and entertainment by the River Valley Fife & Drum Corp.
There was an reenactment in the Historic Village.
There was a parade beginning at 10:30AM from the Historic Village to downtown Vicksburg and back to the Historic Village.
The event on Sunday took take place primarily on the grounds of Prudential Nursery directly across from the Historic Village, which borders Sunset Lake in the village. It has wide open fields and a tree lined beach area on Sunset Lake where the re-enactors pursued the enemy as they hid in the woods or came out into the open fields. The regiments and the camp followers pitched their tents and slept on straw mattresses (for the most part). They enjoyed having the public come and watch, visit, and learn much more about the American Revolution.
There were performances by the music groups in the morning and afternoon. A fashion show was enjoyed, along with two artillery demonstrations. The highlight for the re-enactors was a Seneca Run in the woods behind the camps.