Stockton in the Civil War/ Descents Family Reunion
There are great stories to be told about the civil war.
If you interested in the Civil War, if you like to hear some great music and partake in the traditional storytelling that we do so well here in the Great state of Maine then this is the event for you.
On Saturday July 11 2020 at the Hutchinson Center located on RTE. 3 in Belfast at 5:00 pm we will be gathering in the Atrium, to see some fanasincating exhibits of civil war, at 6PM is the show with music by Gordon Thomas Ward and much more and at 8PM some light refreshments and an opportunity to discuss someof the events shared in the show.
There will be some great stories told about a combat squirrel; a world-known movie star from Stockton who was the granddaughter of military Capt. Daniel Dickey; about a POW who swam the Potomac to freedom; the story of a Stockton man who attended the Gettysburg Address; how Stockton was involved in the underground railroad; what caused Stockton to split away from Prospect - then Prospect's later draft riot and how it was quelled; the story of 2 of the men who's ghosts still are with us in a Stockton home; the Stockton officer who was one of the last killed in the war, and much more.
No Cover, Free of charge however you must make reservations due to limited compacity. Please call CHarlie SMith at 207-323-1025 or email email@example.com Any donation will glady be accepted.
5 PM we gather in the Hutchinson Center Atrium for exhibits. 6 PM there will be a talk and Music from the time by Gordon Thomas Ward 8 PM refreshments Event ends at 9 PM