Flight of the Royal George

Event Details

Flight of the Royal George

Time: June 29, 2012 to July 1, 2012
Location: Bath & Kingston
City/Town: Bath & Kingston
Website or Map: http://www.villageofbath.com/…
Phone: canadianfencible@hotmail.com
Event Type: 1812 signature event
Organized By: Fairfield-Gutzeit Society
Latest Activity: Jul 1

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Event Description

Click here for a printable trifold flyer for the Flight of the Royal George.

 


Friday, June 29, 2012


  • 1812 Period Encampments at Fairfield-Gutzeit 
  • House c.1796 & the 1811 Academy in Bath, Massassaga Battery (Kingston Marine Museum) and Point Henry (Fort Henry) featuring the 44th Regiment of Foot from Britain
  • Education Day/War of 1812 Artifacts on display Children’s Muster/Period Music

 

Saturday, June 30, 2012


  • Re-enactment of the American attack on the Village of Ernesttown (Bath) & the burning of the Schooner 
  • “Two Brothers” 
  • British Batteries (Spectator Viewing Areas) at the Bluffs (Amherst Island), Howell’s Windmill (Lennox Generating Station/OPG Park), Finkle Park & Fairfield-Gutzeit House in Bath
  • Evening Naval Engagement on the Bay in Bath

 

Sunday, July 1, 2012


  • Re-enactment of the American attack on Kingston British Batteries (Spectator Viewing Areas) at William Fairfield House (Amherstview), Herkimer’s Nose (Lemoine’s Point), Massassaga Point (Kingston Marine Museum), Point Frederick (RMC) and Point Henry (Fort Henry)
  • Bicentennial Parade in Bath


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Comment Wall

Comment by Michael Whittaker on November 3, 2011 at 1:45pm
I look forward to attending and will bring a collection of 'period' hand-forged tools and would be pleased to participate in Education Day.
Comment by bert cunningham on February 2, 2012 at 11:12am

I look forward to attend and can bring a war 1812 model ship handcrafted from scratch and would be pleased to participate in Education Day.

Comment by David Smith on February 5, 2012 at 12:36pm

Alain,

        At this time we have 465 men at Arms confirmed. This does not include Tall Ship or Boat Crews.

Cheers

David

Comment by 16th New York Volunteers on June 6, 2012 at 9:22pm

16th New York Volunteers will be attending. Looking forward to it.

Comment by Ruth MacLean on June 10, 2012 at 1:04pm

Hi,

Do I need tickets to the flight of the Royal George and if so, how do I get them?

Ruth (Secord) MacLean

Comment by The Alliance on June 19, 2012 at 4:37pm

@Ruth - You do not need tickets to watch the Flight of the Royal George - just grab your space at one of the viewing stations early!

Comment by Christopher Howitt on June 24, 2012 at 7:12pm

I was wondering if you could provide a list of the Tall Ships attending this event & where they would be moored? I plan to sail to Bath, Amherstview on the days of the events to photograph the ships.

Thanks in advance

Comment by The Alliance on June 25, 2012 at 2:59pm

Thanks for your question, Christopher. We have posted a revised schedule which includes re-enactment camp and tall ship docking information.

At the Lafarge 1812 Discovery Centre in Bath, Tall Ships Brig Niagara, St. Lawrence II & Caledonian will be docked.

At the Neilson Store Dock on Amherst Island the Tall Ship La Revenante will be docked.

Maps are included in the above schedule.

We do ask if you are planning to photograph the re-enactment that you register as media and review our terms. Also, given security and insurance concerns around the re-enactment, please do let us know of your plans if you are intending to be sailing during the re-enactment.

Comment by penny williams on June 29, 2012 at 4:24pm

We have a daughter sailing as a student on the Brig Niagara out of Erie to participate in this event, (as the Royal George), and I wonder if anyone can post photos or video of the ships. Where can we find pictures or video records of the events this weekend? We live too far away to attend, but would love to see what it looks like. It sounds like a fantastic time! Thanks

Comment by Gilbert Collins on July 1, 2012 at 10:45am

I took lots of photos and some short video clips. This event was absolutely fantastic. I'm so proud of the town of Bath for hosting this event.

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