Sackets Harbor Battlefield Alliance

Sackets Harbor 1815

Site Hours

Grounds

  • Open Daily
  • Sunrise - Sunset

Facilities

Monday through Saturday 10am-5pm and Sunday 1pm to 5pm through Sunday August 21st.

Aug. 22 through Labor Day - Wednesdays through Saturdays 10-5, and Sundays 1-5

Open July 4th and Labor Day

1812 Notebook

1812 Cannon

Firepower

African-American Seaman

African-Americans at Sackets Harbor

The Orleans

Quality Workmanship?

Soldiers Cooking

Profit vs. Patriotism

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Picnic on the Battlefield
Make use of the Battlefield Historic Site for a picnic or ramble the battlegrounds.


Sunset on the Battlefield
Enjoy the grand view westward and linger at the end of the day to watch the sunset.

Sackets Harbor Battlefield Historic Site
Schedule of Events 2016

Sundays June 26 – Sept. 4- Historical Society’s Concerts 3-5pm (except July 31)

 

Weds. – Sats. – War of 1812 Living History Camp with site staff, Memorial Grove, June 29 till Aug. 13

Wed. July 6 - Jefferson Community College Continuing Education, Pencil Drawing for ages 11 +, 9am – 12noon

Thurs. July 7 – The Irish Bridget: Irish Immigrant Women in Domestic Service: Upstairs and Downstairs at the Navy Yard – 7:30pm, picnic pavilion. Free presentation open to the public. Event made possible through the New York Council for the Humanities Public Scholars program with the support of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Thurs. July 7 – Author Reception for Margaret Lynch-Brennan – 6:30pm to 7:30pm, $20 pre-paid reservations.

Sat. July 9 – Irish Heritage Discovery Day and 1812 Marine Guard Memorial Grove living history camp, 10am – 4pm

Sat. July 16 – Annual Kite Fest; free kites while they last; 1pm, barn lawn

Sat. July 23 – Sackets Harbor and the Civil War, living history presenters; A Navy Yard Discovery Day for all the family, 10am-4pm

Mon. July 25 – History by Don – Desserts by Andy: Meet the top US War of 1812 historian Don Hickey at an informal presentation featuring desserts by Tin Pan Galley’s Andy Hanzlian; Register with a $10 pre-payment.

Sat. July 30 and Sun. July 31 - Annual War of 1812 Living History Weekend – living history demonstrations and military tacticals Saturday all day including English Country Dancers 3pm-4pm and 7pm-9pm; Sunday 9am till 1pm. Free

Tues.– Fri., Aug. 2 – 5 - Jefferson Community College Continuing Education, Yoga ages 10+ , 9am - 10:30 am 

Wed. Aug. 3 - Jefferson Community College Continuing Education, Digital Photography for Beginners, ages 11 +, 9am – 10am

Sat. Aug. 6 – Birds and Bugs at the Battlefield – See raptors up close; Discover 500+ bugs; 2-4pm, picnic pavilion, free

Sat. Aug. 13 – Chocolate: A Timeless Delight with Genesee Country Museum staff, 2pm to 3:15pm, picnic pavilion, pre-registration $20 per adult; $10 per youngsters 10 yrs. to 16 yrs.

Mon-Thurs., Aug. 15 – 18 - Jefferson Community College Continuing Education, Hula Dance, 9am – 10:30 am

Sat. Aug. 20 - 1812 Marine Guard Memorial Grove living history camp; and A Navy Yard Discovery Day for all the family, 10am – 4pm

Sat. Aug. 27 - A Navy Yard Discovery Day for all the family, 10-4

Sat. Sept. 3 - 1812 Marine Guard Memorial Grove living history camp, 10am – 4pm

Site Buildings close for the season after Labor Day September 5th.