Spring into Living History 
A Bicentennial Celebration of Historic Richland Church
200 Years ---- 1811-2011

April 9, 2011 ------ 10am - 4pm

Scheduled Events (Free of charge)

10 AM Presentation -- 6th Georgia Flag

11AM English Country Dance -front yard of the Church

12 AM Soldier’s Aid Society - Bandage Rolling & Packing

1 PM The Civil Folks Sing

2 PM Colonel Felix Hoodoo’s Curiosity Show

3 PM Vignettes of ...
This Rich Land
A Good Day A fishin’
The Day A Spirit Fell at Richland Church
I Shall Not Pass This Way Again

4 PM Taps


Unscheduled Events from 9am - 4pm (free of charge)

Cemetery Tours
- Notables buried in the Cemetery come to life ... Rev. Henry Bunn, Isolene Minter Wimberly, Captain Frederick Davis Wimberly, Amanda Beckom Richardson

Civil War Military Encampment
- With the 53rd Georgia Regiment, explore the life of a soldier as they demonstrate different aspects of military life on campaign.

Self-Guided Tours of Old Richland Church
- Brochures available to direct people throughout property. Donations accepted on the porch where brochures are available.

A Country Faire - An assortment of games for children 12 and under. Antique toy display.

Civilian Settlement - See daily living skills of the 19th century and how a refugee from ‘The Great Misunderstanding’ lived while on the go.


Participation Events Held Throughout The Day
(There will be a small charge for the following events)

Ole Timey Mule and Wagon Ride -Tours down the Old Richland Road.
Olde Thyme Images - Dress in period clothing and have your instant portrait struck.

Garden Party Tea With Grandpa - “Bump Tea” in the Garden Gazebo with Papa. Girls get to dress in hats, jewels and gloves.


FOOD - Richland Ladies Willing Workers Band
- Serving blackeyed peas & cornbread, pie, cake and sweet tea.
Old Fashion Cake Sale - Homemade cakes will be available for purchase through a silent auction.