3rd Annual Tom's Farm
A Civil War Alliance event
23900 Temescal Canyon Road
Corona, CA 92883
Tom's Farms Link
Tentative Event Schedule:
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
8;30 Church Call (Sunday only)
9:00 Officers Call (All unit officers and civilian unit leaders. Saturday only.) (Reviewing Stand)
9:30 Division Officers Call (Respective branch headquarters)
10:00 Event officially begins.
10:30 War on the Home Front (Civilian Camp)
10:30 Historical Clothing Presentation (Reviewing Stand)
11:00 Artillery Demonstration
11:30 Presidential Press Conference (Reviewing Stand)
11:15 Weapons Inspection, Safety Briefing, and Division Formation
12:00 FIRST ENGAGEMENT, FOLLOWED BY THE GETTYSBURG ADDRESS
1:00 Infantry and Cavalry Demonstration (Battlefield)
1:30 Appomattox Surrender Ceremony (Reviewing Stand)
2:00 Presidential Press Conference
2:30 Weapons Inspection, Safety Briefing, and Division Formation
3:00 SECOND ENGAGEMENT, FOLLOWED BY THE GETTYSBURG ADDRESS
3:45 A Conversation with the Presidents and The Generals. (Reviewing Stand)
4:30 Event ends for the public
7:00 Dance (Saturday only)
See the earlier event message below.
Now, come join us this weekend and have a great time!
From Los Angeles-
Travel east on the either the 91, 60, 10 or 210 Freeways. Go South on the 15 Freeway. Exit at Temescal Canyon Road, and turn right. Proceed to 23900 Temescal Canyon Road. The event site will be on the right.
From San Diego-
Travel north on the 15 Freeway. Exit at Temescal Canyon Road, and turn left. Proceed to 23900 Temescal Canyon Road. The event site will be on the right.
From Palm Springs-
Travel west on the 10, 60, or 91 Freeways and turn south on the 15 freeway. Exit at Temescal Canyon Road. Proceed to 23900 Temescal Canyon Road. The event site will be on the right.
Another event message with additional details will be sent to you as we get closer to the event.
So come join with us and plan on having a great time on October 11-12 in Corona!
Please pass on this message to anyone who might be interested.
For more information, please contact Ed Mann using the link below: