EVENT SCHEDULE 2021 ________________________________________________________________
Schedule for Raid on Renault II
April 24 – Saturday AND April 25 – Sunday, 10am to 4pm
ALL SPEAKERS/PROGRAMMING AT THE GAZEBO, LOCATED IN FRONT OF THE YELLOW 2 STORY OVERSTREET HOUSE
11:00am – Introduction by Andy Warrener and 1940s-style Radio Show
- Abbott & Costello performance
- Song performed by Hannah Howell
- 11:30am – News from the Front Update
11:30am – Tim Oliver presents: The Army Air Force in Florida
12:00pm – Weapons of World War 2 – Art Durshimer & Co.
12:30pm – Walter Cook presents: German POWs in Dade City (Saturday)
– Brian Swann presents: German POWs in Dade City (Sunday)
1:00pm – Andy Warrener back on as radio man
- George & Gracie sketch performance
- Hannah Howell song
- 2 nd George & Gracie sketch
1:30pm – Radio Show sign off
2:00pm – Battle Reenactment
4:00pm – event ends
Cracker Fixins Concession Stand will have Burgers, Hotdogs, Pulled Pork, desserts and more. Visit us next to the Church and Fire Trucks. While supplies last. CASH ONLY
We apologize, the phone number on the flyer is incorrect, the correct phone number is 352-567-0262.
Raid on Renault II: A Second World War Living History Event
April 24 and 25, 10am to 4pm (battle reenactment 2pm)
The Germans have been spotted bringing up a railway gun in order to shell advanced Allied
positions. In Raid on Renault I, the Allies encountered fierce resistance outside of the town of
Renault. In Raid on Renault II, the Allies and Free French fighters launch a full-fledged attack to
liberate the town and capture the railroad station.
The event will feature:
- Battle reenactment (2pm)
- Living history displays portraying the French resistance, Allies and Axis troops in Europe, civilian home front and much more…
- Live Audio/Visual presentations on World War II history
- 1940s radio show vignettes
- Great food
Special School Field Trip day - April 23, 2021, 9 am - 1 pm - PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED
For Teachers: Next Generation Sunshine State Standards
SS.4.A.1.1: Analyze primary and secondary resources to identify significant individuals and events throughout Florida history.
SS.4.A.8.1: Identify Florida's role in the Civil Rights Movement.
SS.912.A.1.2: Utilize a variety of primary and secondary sources to identify author, historical significance, audience, and authenticity to understand a historical period.
If you think a classical performance is too formal or dull, then you owe it to yourself to check out Nova Era.
Cash Dinner and Cash Bar available (Menu will be posted soon)
$25 advance tickets/$30 at the door, if available.
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Pioneer Florida Museum & Village, 15602 Pioneer Museum Rd., Dade City, FL 33523
Nova Era members perform weekly at Downtown Disney. Previous engagements include international performances in Venice, Paris, The Palace at Versailles, Dubai UAE, Las Vegas and NYC just to name a few. What’s more, the ensemble performs in handcrafted 18th century costumes, and ornate, powdered wigs. Proceeds go to the nonprofit 501(c)3 museum.
Lawn chairs welcome, rain or shine event
No pets or coolers.
Social distancing please
Masks required while inside buildings only.
Museum membership or passes NOT valid for this fundraising event.
More information for upcoming events coming soon!
PASCO COUNTY ORDINANCE: Everyone has to wear a face covering while in most indoor public places within Pasco County, (under 2 yrs. exempt). Please wear your mask when you enter the Pioneer Florida Museum, practice social distancing, and wash or sanitize your hands often. The museum frequently sanitizes common areas and has hand sanitizer available. Masks are not required while you are outside, if you can socially distance from those not in your party. If you are sick, please stay home. The health and safety of our staff, guests and volunteers is our highest priority.
Upcoming Event Dates
Oct. 9, 2021: Scarecrow Festival, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Spectacular Fall Festival, build your own Scarecrow, pumpkin patch and pumpkin painting, family photos, games, vendors, live entertainment, food and more!
Nov. 19, Field Trip Day, Living History, Civil War Nov. 20, 21, 2021 Living History, Civil War, Reenactments at 2 pm
Dec. 4, 2021: Pioneer Christmas & Vintage Market, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Wonderful, unique vendors, food, live entertainment, crafts, demonstrations, and fun!
Dec 17 Field Trip Day Living History, Seminole War
Dec.18, 2021, Living History, Seminole War
Jan. 8 2022: Raising Cane 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Sugar Cane Syrup Making, Syrup Tasting Contest, US Sugar presentation, vendors, great food, live music
Feb. 5, 2022: Farm Festival and Quilt Show Southern Draft Horse Pull at 12 noon, Quilt Show, food, vendors and more!
Mar. 26 2022: Jelly Bean Fling (Spring Festival)
Apr 22-24., 2022 Living History WWII Event
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