Thunder on Three Notch features re-enactments

Published 6:10 pm Monday, April 29, 2024

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Sites where history comes alive are among the most visited throughout the country.

Of course, there is nothing to compare with The Alamo and Boston Harbor, However, on May 3 and 4, the Pioneer Museum of Alabama will feature an event that will include everything from campsite cooking to a battle between the settlers and the Creek Indians along the Three Notch Trail.

Barbara Tatom, Pioneer Museum of Alabama director, said, on those two days, pioneer history will come alive.

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“Thunder on the Three Notch,” is one of the museum’s most popular events and Tatom said another fun, learning event has been planned.

“We’ll have a variety of living history activities that include everything from weaving on the loom to playing the harp and preaching in the log church to a battle between the Creek Indians and a militia.

The Thunder on the Three Notch event will be from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. Admission is charged: Adults, $10; Senior adults and military, $9; Students, $8; Children ages 5 and under and museum members free.