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- 1414.May.Saturday5803 NC 62 South, Burlington, NChttps://ncssar.org/event/battles-of-alamance-patriots-day/5803 NC 62 South, Burlington, NC
26th Annual Patriots’ Day in Alamance County
hosted by: Alamance Battleground Chapter
Sons of the American Revolution
2:00 PM – Wreath Laying Ceremony
Alamance Battleground State Historic Site
5803 NC 62 South, Burlington, NC
Members of SAR, DAR, C.A.R., SR and other Patriotic/Historical Societies will participate in a formal wreath laying ceremony at Alamance Battleground at 2:00 P.M. Saturday, May 14, 2022 to commemorate Alamance County’s three 1781 Revolutionary Battles: Pyle’s Defeat, Clapp’s Mill and Lindley’s Mill, and the Pre-Revolutionary May 16, 1771 Battle of Alamance (250th Anniversary). This year’s event will be held as in the past at the Patriot’s Monument, in the field across the road from the Visitor’s Center. Color Guard units are encouraged to bring chapter and ceremonial flags and wear period uniforms or militia dress. Dignitaries and representatives of patriotic societies are invited to present wreaths. Social Distancing will be in effect with participants and guest asked to stay 6 feet apart for a maximum of 100 participants. Masks are not required by the Alamance Battleground staff if social distancing is practiced. For inclement weather, the event will be held under the awning in front of the Visitor’s Center. There is no charge for parking.
The NC SAR poster and brochure contest will be judged at the Alamance Battleground visitor’s center at 1:00 PM. Please bring posters and brochures for judging at that time or contact Sam Powell for electronic submissions.
Participants in the 2:00 PM wreath laying ceremony are requested to arrive at the Park Patriots’ Monument by 1:30 PM. The NCSSAR combined Color Guard will lead the processional.
Directions to Alamance Battleground State Park are: From Interstate-40 take Exit 143, then south on Highway 62 for approximately six miles, Alamance Battleground State Military Park entrance straddles Hwy 62.
To include your unit’s recognition in the program, please furnish the following information to:
Samuel C. Powell
PO Box 2104
Burlington, NC 27216-2104
Telephone: (336) 227-3557
- For wreath presenters, Presenter’s Name: ___________________
- Office/Title of presenter: ______________________________
- Organization/State/Chapter: ____________________________
Annual NCSSAR Events
See the map below for the locations of annual commemorations that occur throughout the state on or around their anniversary date.