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Civil War encampment is slated in Ludlow

August 18, 2014

John W. King of Ashtabula, Ohio, who portrays President Abraham Lincoln, will attend a three-day Civil War encampment Sept. 19-21 at Wildcat Park near Ludlow. He will deliver a speech at the benefit dinner set for 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 20 at the Walter Lloyd Pavilion at the park along Route 6.

LUDLOW – A Civil War encampment will be held Friday, Saturday and Sunday-- Sept. 19-21-- at Wildcat Park near Ludlow.
More than 20 individuals dressed as Union soldiers will actually camp out in tents for two nights in the ball field area at the rustic park along Route 6 just east of Ludlow.
The "soldiers" will re-enact the life in a Union Army camp during the Civil War. Various activities will take place throughout the three-day event.

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