Treaty of Ghent: Schedule

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

The reconstructed Kershaw-Cornwallis House at Historic Camden

 

NOTE: General Admission ticket required for all events and activities below except Soiree and Ball.

* =  Pre-sale ticket required. See links below for online ticket sales. It is strongly recommended you purchase tickets in advance because of limited availability.

For more information about presenters and their talks, click here. For a list of merchants in the 1815 market, click here.

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1

1:00 – 5:00 PM                  Shopping in the 1815 Market – free admission on Friday

6:00 – 9:00 PM                  Soiree and Port Tasting at the Kershaw-Cornwallis House* (tickets good for entire event, but sign up for specific times for the port and Madeira wine tasting)

 

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2

9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Royal Navy Encampment, HMS Acasta

Lady Caroline Linnington inside the Kershaw-Cornwallis House

Blacksmith Demonstration

Shopping in the 1815 Market

9:30 AM                             TALK: Dannielle Perry, “Federal Bonnets and Trimmings Galore”

10:30 AM                            1st Afternoon Tea Seating in McCaa’s Tavern*

10:30 AM                           TALK: Jim Greathouse, “Carolina Gunboats: Three Sister Ships in the War of 1812”

11:00 AM                            2nd Afternoon Tea Seating in McCaa’s Tavern*

11:15 AM                            Promenade

12:00 PM                           Fashion Show

12:00 PM                           Dance Practice

1:30 PM                              3rd Afternoon Tea Seating in McCaa’s Tavern*

1:30 PM                              TALK: April Thomas, “Delicate Details”

2:00 PM                             4th Afternoon Tea Seating in McCaa’s Tavern*

2:30 PM                             TALK: Mackenzie Sholtz,  “Influence of Napoleon on American Fashion”

3:30 PM                              TALK: Rebecca Wendelken, “Internationalism in Fashion”

7:00 – 10:00 PM               1815 Ball and Grand Illumination*

 

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3

9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Royal Navy Encampment, HMS Acasta

Lady Caroline Linnington inside the Kershaw-Cornwallis House

Blacksmith Demonstration

Shopping in the 1815 Market

9:30 AM                             TALK: Mackenzie Sholtz, “Shift in Fashions, 1790s-1820s”

10:30 AM                            1st Afternoon Tea Seating in McCaa’s Tavern*

10:30 AM                            TALK: April Thomas, “Twisted”

11:00 AM                            2nd Afternoon Tea Seating in McCaa’s Tavern*

11:15 AM                            Promenade

12:00 PM                            Fashion Show

1:30 PM                               3rd Afternoon Tea Seating in McCaa’s Tavern*

1:30 PM                               TALK: Anita Lauramore, “Does your Jewelry Match your Impression?”

2:00 PM                               4th Afternoon Tea Seating in McCaa’s Tavern*

2:30 PM                               TALK: Jim Greathouse, “Peter Ney: Country Teacher or Maréchal of France”