River Raisin Battlefield was the site of the largest engagements of the War of 1812. Fought on the banks of the River Raisin here in Monroe Michigan formally know as Frenchtown.

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 202nd Anniversary

Annual Commemoration of the Battles of the Raisin

January 17, 2015

PLEASE RSVP BY JANUARY 6, 2015

TENTATIVE SCHEDULE

FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 2015:

7-9 PM                    Reception for Sandy Antal at the River Raisin National Battlefield Park Visitor Center. 1403 E. Elm Ave., Monroe, MI 48162.

SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 2015:

9:30AM              Participant check-in and coffee at the Monroe Multi-Sports Complex, 33 N. Dixie Hwy, Monroe, MI 48162.

10:30               Assembly of troops at Monroe Multi-Sports Complex.

11:00               Tactical Demonstration on the Sports Complex Grounds

12:00               Ceremonies at the River Raisin National Battlefield Visitor Center, 1403 E. Elm Ave., Monroe, MI 48162.

1:00PM              Re-enactor Luncheon at St. Paulís Church, 201 S. Monroe St., Monroe, MI 48161.

2:30                 Program by Sandy Antal at the Monroe County Historical Museum, 126 S. Monroe St., Monroe, MI 48161.

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Held at the River Raisin National Battlefield Park Visitor Center
 1403 East Elm Ave Monroe Mi, 48162

Please be aware no Black Powder is allowed inside the Building
at the National Park Visitor Center

All participants will be required to complete a Volunteer in the Park (VIP) form.
Copies of the Forms are available at the bottom of this page
 

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THE REGISTRATION FORM HAS MOVED TO A NEW SITE

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Join the many participants from Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky and Canada, along with Native Americans and residents of Monroe Michigan as we remember this bloody battle and massacre that took place on January 22nd and 23rd, 1813.

The commemoration is held on the very ground along the River Raisin where hundreds of lives were lost protecting our freedom in the early years of the United States.


Black Powder Rules, Individual Volunteer Form, and Unit Registration Form (signature letter)

Unit leaders can simply use the signature letter to register their entire group with the NPS, or they can have each member fill out the volunteer agreement.  To expedite the on-site check in, these forms should be filled out in advance and turned in when the group leader or the individual arrives at the battlefield visitor center

Black Powder Rules
Signature form - Black Powder Regulations
Volunteer (VIP) Form

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