September 24, 2016

The 1812 Fair and Reenactment

10:00 am - 5 pm

($3 / person     $10 / car)

Step back in time with JPPM as we relive life in the early 1800s.  In 1814, war reached the shores of Southern Maryland. At the mouth of St. Leonard Creek, on property that is now part of JPPM, Maryland’s largest naval engagement occurred. This living history event puts you in the middle of life in Southern Maryland during this time. The event features tactical demonstrations and reenactments, camp life, live entertainment, crafts, music, dancing, food, drinks, hands-on activities, and more.

(Note: fee charged for beverages and food. Cash only).

Schedule of Events
(subject to change)

No schedule yet for 2016

Living history, encampments, demonstrations, educational and hands-on activities, food, and exhibits available throughout the day.

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Tavern Night

6:00pm - 10:00pm

($10 admission or $8 Friends of JPPM members or guests in period-appropriate attire)

Enjoy the sights and sounds of an 1800s tavern featuring entertainment by Ship's Company, games food and drinks.

(Note: fee charged for beverages and food. Cash only).

JPPMTavernNight © 2006 David W KrankowskiTavern Night entertainers from previous years.Reenactors relaxing an evening after battle at the Patterson's Pint.



For questions, please contact Sherwana Knox at 410-586-8512 or sherwana.knox@maryland.gov.