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Each year Rogers' Rangers/King's Rangers receives a variety of invitations from towns, civic groups, historical sites and other reenactment units. As a group, early in March, we discuss and vote on which events we will attend in the upcoming campaign season. Most of these events take place throughout New York and the New England states but also have included Montreal, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Virginia.


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Roger's Rangers 2017
Campaign Season Events
(More events may be added)

Last Updated March 6th, 2017

Rogers Rangers, French and Indian War

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King's Rangers, Rev War events below


Monday May 29th
The Naugatuck CT Memorial Day Parade
with Rogers Rangers
The parade will start at 9:15 a.m. on Monday
Starting Point
: North Main Street Naugatuck,CT
Ending Point: Division StreetNaugatuck,CT

June 3rd & 4th
The Fort @ #4
267 Springfield Road (NH Rte. 11)
LINK: French and Indian War Encampment

Sat. July 1st to Monday July 3rd
Old Fort Niagra's
French and Indian War Encampment

Old Fort Niagara's largest event of the year recreates the historic siege of 1759 when British forces and their Native allies besieged Fort Niagara's French garrison. This event features hundreds of reenactors, large scale battle reenactments, siege demonstrations, military music, large living history camps, period merchants and artisans, Native councils and much more.

August 12th & 13th
Crown Point, NY
French and Indian War Encampment

August 26th and 27th
Fort William Henry, NY
"260th Commemoration of the Surrender of Fort William Henry"

Sept. 23rd and 24th
Rogers Island Visitors Center|
11 Rogers Island Drive Fort Edward, NY 12828

18th century encampment and reenactment on Rogers Island. Robert Rogers wrote his rules of ranging while based at Fort Edward. These rules are the basis of special forces operations even today. Join British, French, Native American and Provincial troops as they prepare for the “End of the Campaign” for the year. Reenactment of skirmishes, military camp life, Sutlers and more to be announced.
LINK: French and Indian War Encampment

King's Rangers, Pritchard's Company
American Revolutionary War Events 2017

Battle of Ridgefield
Connecticut, Ridgefield -    Keeler Tavern
APRIL 29, 2017 - This one-day event is a celebration of the 240th anniversary of the Battle of Ridgefield, the only inland battle fought in Connecticut during the American Revolution.
LINK: Battle of Ridgefeild Reenactment

July 8th & 9th
240th Battle of Hubbardton
Battle of Hubbardton
5696 Monument Hill Road, Castleton, VT

Hubbardton Battlefield State Historic Site
The Vermont Division of Historic Preservation along with the Revolutionary War Department of the Living History Association and the Brigade of the American Revolution present the weekend commemoration of the Battle of Hubbbardton.

August 6 & 7th
“Redcoats and  Rebels”
Old Sturbridge Village, Sturbridge, Massachusetts.
The "Redcoats to Rebels" weekend is the largest reenactment in New England each year and is attended by over 4,000 spectators and visitors
LINK: American Rev War Encampment

Aug 17–20         
Loyalist Days 2017 –Prescott
Fort Wellington
Canada, Ontario, Prescott -   Fort Wellington
Prescott, Ontario  August 19 & 20, 2017  UPDATED 2/22/17  The Town of Prescott, Ontario will be hosting a Revolutionary War event in August of 2017.  The King's Royal Yorkers and the 64th of Foot will be the host units for the event and cordially invite members of the Continental Line, the British Brigade and the BA to participate and help in the celebration of Canada's 150th Birthday.  
LINK: American Rev War Encampment

Sept.30-Oct. 1     
Fort #4 – Rev. War  
Return to Fort at 4

Charlestown,New Hampshire
This historic fort was one of the northernmost posts for the British during the American War for Independence. There will be full battles, sutlers, an instructional session for NCO's and many more activities. 

LINK: American Rev War Encampment

October 27th through the 29th
Jacobsburg PA
Jacobsburg Rendezvous & Market Fair
LINK: Jacobsburg Historical Society’s annual Market Faire & Rendezvous


The 2017
Plymouth Thanksgiving Day Parade

This is one of America’s only historically accurate chronological parades, visually bringing to life America’s rich heritage representing each century from the 17th through the 21st. In showing the preservation of America’s history through the years, beginning with the Pilgrim era, we promote an appreciation among our citizens for our rich heritage.


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