2020 Calendar of Events

June 13-14: - 157th Anniversary of 2nd Battle of Winchester.

June 14 - 2 PM - 4 PM: TOUR Walking Tour of the 2nd Battle of Winchester with Author Jerry Holsworth. Cost is by donation.

Several special events had been scheduled at the Battlefield for July.  On July 12th at 1pm, a National Park Service Ranger from Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historic Park will present their “1864 in a Box Program”.  Regrettably, this event has been cancelled by the NPS due to the pandemic, but will hopefully be rescheduled for the Fall.

 

July 24th, a Friday, is the 156th Anniversary of the 2nd Battle of Kernstown.  The Battlefield will be open to the public from 10am-4pm.

 

On July 25th, from 9am-4pm, the 2nd Battle of Kernstown Walking-Driving Tour was to be conducted by Scott Patchan, author of Shenandoah Summer and Last Battle of Winchester.  This has been cancelled, but look for it to be rescheduled in the Fall. 



August 9 - 1 PM: Join a National Park Service Ranger from Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historic Park for their 1864 in a Box Program.

September 13 - 1 PM: Join a National Park Service Ranger from Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historic Park for their 1864 in a Box Program.

October 10 - 12 Noon - 4 PM: Annual Meeting for the Kernstown Battlefield Association Membership

October 11 - 1 PM: Join a National Park Service Ranger from Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historic Park for their 1864 in a Box Program.

November 1: Last day we will be open for 2020.

November 7: Frederick County Annual Battlefield Half Marathon

December 5-6 - 6 PM - 9 PM: Fellowship Bible Church Follow the Star living nativity program. Free.


The Kernstown Battlefield 

is open on weekends 

from May through October

Saturdays 10am ~ 4pm

Sundays 10am ~ 4pm 


Guided Battlefield Tours

CANCELLED UNTIL JUNE

Every Saturday May through October