We just wanted to clarify the precautionary measures that are being taken in order for us to keep everyone safe from the plague. Your health and safety is important to His Majesty so we on behalf of the crown have put the following measures in place. We will have multiple sanitation stations setup across the site to ensure everyone can practice good hygiene. Masks will be required in all indoor areas and will be optional for outdoors. Also in the spirit of bringing back old trends rope lines will be making a comeback around all encampments to help enforce social distancing. If there are any questions please present them here and we will answer them as soon as we can. Everyone stay safe and we’ll see you all in October.
Peacock Road Family Farm is excited to host the Vermilion Creek Colonial Muster again this year. To those who are wondering, as of the first of September this event is still a GO and will take place as planned on October 3rd and 4th 2020.
All farm activities will be open to participants. Water, firewood and porta-johns will be provided and there are no fees for sutlers.
The following meals will also be provided:
Friday, 10/2/20, Lunch & Dinner
Saturday, 10/3/20, Lunch & Dinner
Sunday, 10/4/20, Lunch
Friday, 9:00am to 4:00pm, is the student education day that will consist of children coming to the farm specifically to see the Colonial demonstrations. Set up for student education day will be Thursday after 12 noon. Everyone who is available to come out and participate is encouraged to do so.
Event hours for the balance of the weekend will be: Saturday 10 – 5 and Sunday 10 – 4. Hope to see everyone next month!
Peacock Road Family Farm
11854 Peacock Road
Laingsburg, MI 48848517-651-9193
Registrations are still being accepted for Vermilion Creek Muster at the Peacock Family Farm.
Click Here for the registration forms.
As of right now, we are still looking forward to hosting a wonderful and safe event.
After meeting with Farmer Ed Wednesday, we now summon all of you and the spirit of the Great Pumpkin to attend this year’s muster at Peacock Road Family Farm near Laingsburg, Michigan. With over 4 months until the event, we are optimistic about it taking place. Please watch this space for further updates or on Facebook – Queens Rangers – 1st American Regiment
The 2020 registration forms have been added to the registration page.
Mark your calendars for October 3rd and 4th, 2020. We are looking forward to another great year.
2019 Vermilion Creek Colonial Muster Schedule
Saturday October 5, 2019
10:00 Officer’s Call
11:00 Opening Colours
1:00 Ben Franklin/Paul Revere
1:30 Kid’s Drill
2:00 George Washington
2:30 Unit Drills
4:30 Kid’s Drill
5:00 Closing Colours
Sunday October 6, 2019
10:00 Officer’s Call
11:00 Opening Colours
1:00 Kid’s Drill
3:00 Closing Colours
“Vermilion Creek Colonial Muster”
October 4-6, 2019
The Queen’s Rangers and Peacock Road Family Farm invite you to join them for the “Vermilion Creek Colonial Muster” (1750s-1780s) Living History Encampment. See, hear, touch, smell and feel life at the time of our country’s founding as reenactors portraying Native American, French, British and American soldiers and civilians of the colonial period go about the activities of daily living during the eighteenth century. Historical demonstrations all day including: music, cooking, crafts, mock battle scenarios, artillery and much more! Fun and educational for the whole family!
For more information please look us up on Facebook at: Vermilion Creek Colonial Muster
11854 Peacock Rd, Laingsburg, MI 48848
The Queen’s Rangers, and Peacock Road Family Farm are pleased to announce the VERMILION CREEK COLONIAL MUSTER (formerly “Muster at the Mill”), taking place October 5-6, 2019. This is a Colonial Period (1750s-1780s) Living History Encampment that will include: historical demonstrations of period music, cooking, crafts, mock battle scenarios, artillery and much more! Get a glimpse of life at the time of our nation’s founding as reenactors portraying Native American, French, British and American soldiers and civilians of the colonial period go about the activities of daily living during the eighteenth century. Fun and educational for the whole family…
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