Experience living history at the largest Revolutionary War Reenactment in CT since 2009 when\u00a0the 5th Connecticut Volunteer Regiment and other regiments including cavalry encamp on the\u00a0Morehouse Fields of Samuel Staples Elementary School. \u00a0This weekend reenactment is co-sponsored by the Easton\u2019s Historical Society and the Parks and Recreation Department. This\u00a0family friendly event takes place in Easton on Saturday Sept. 19th and Sunday\u00a0Sept. 20th. More than 125 reenact-ors of the 5th Connecticut Volunteer Regiment and other volunteers will\u00a0portray Patriot and British Military Regiments setting up camp, performing drills, skirmishing\u00a0and recreating the burning of Morehouse Farm. Children can drill with the regimental soldiers\u00a0and watch as they fire their weapons. Other than the military drills and a cavalry demonstration,\u00a0attendees can watch a surgical demonstration highlighting the treatments and remedies\u00a0available to the army surgeon on the colonial battlefields. See exhibits of uniforms, clothing, fashions of the day, feeling the various textiles which were available during the American Revolutionary war. Spend the early evening taking a candlelit tour of the camp site and watching a cannon pyrotechnic demonstration. Through interaction with the reenact-ors, learn about life at camp and on the home front from soldiers, surgeons, cooks, spies, and other colonial reenact-ors. The 5th Connecticut Volunteer Regiment is made up of individuals who enjoy learning and\u00a0teaching about early American history. Members include men, women, and children from the\u00a0surrounding areas who are dedicated to the creation of a living history experience for many\u00a0communities. By including women and children in the regiment, a broader representation of\u00a0colonial life beyond the military is brought to each event. This family friendly two-day event is organized for people of all ages. Sept. 20th from 10 A.M. to 3:30 P.M. at 515 Morehouse Road, Easton, CT. The event runs rain or shine. Food vendors will be on-site. The admission cost for the event will be as follows: For both days: $20 per Adult, $15 per Child, Children under 8 admitted free. For one day: $15 per Adult, $10 per Child. There will be a $5 parking fee. A discount is available on tickets purchased prior to Sept. 5th through the follow link: http:\/\/www.brownpapertickets.com\/event\/1996120. To learn more about the 5th Connecticut, visit their website: www.5cr.org. For more\u00a0information contact the Historical Society of Easton at 203-292-3533, by email:\firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website: www.historicalsocietyofeastonct.org.