We Make History Presents 16th Annual American Heritage Festival



The 16h ANNUAL AMERICAN HERITAGE FESTIVAL

NOVEMBER 17th, 2018
QUEEN CREEK, ARIZONA

SEE AMERICAN HISTORY!
MEET GREAT AMERICANS OF THE PAST!
WATCH THE BATTLES!
HEAR THE MUSIC!
INTERACT WITH HISTORY!

The 16th annual American Heritage Festival, open to the public November 17th is the largest and most diverse educational living history event to take place in The Southwest. This unique educational event celebrates our American Heritage all the way from the Viking explorations of North America to the Colonial era onward to the American Revolution, mountain men, pioneers, the Civil War, Westward Expansion and on through the 20th century. Men, women and children will portray diverse historic roles. Craftsmen, musicians and actors as famous Americans such as George Washington are part of the educational fun. Battle reenactments of the Revolutionary War and Civil War add to the excitement as do live historic music, drama, a historic fashion show, interactive children's activities, craftsmen, historic speeches, a historic church service, living history demonstrations, food and shopping.

Thursday & Friday, November 15th & 16th the American Heritage Festival is open just to school groups and ONLY by advance arrangement.

Saturday, November 17th (10AM-4: 30 PM) the American Heritage Festival is open to the general public with a wide range of creative, interactive and historic activities. The location we utilize is Schnepf Farms of Queen Creek, a well-known festival site in the southeastern part of the Phoenix metropolitan area that is well suited to this annual family-friendly event focusing on the great heritage we all share as Americans. Whether your family has been here three months or three hundred years - if you are an American - this is your heritage! Come learn, enjoy and experience!

Admission for the public day will be $20 per person at the event though there are special advance discount rates through October 31st. (Ages 3 and under are admitted free and do not need a pass.)


Please go to www.americanheritagefestival.com for general information.

Your attendance and support helps provide historical education for students and families all over Arizona and beyond!

Date:

Nov 17, 2018

Location:

Schnepf Farms
24810 E Rittenhouse Rd
Queen Creek, AZ 85142

Hours:

10 am – 4:30 pm

Price:

Admission for the public day will be $20 per person at the event though there are special advance discount rates through October 31st. (Ages 3 and under are admitted free and do not need a pass.)

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