displays on the grounds of the Butler County History
Center and Oil Museum.
|8:00 am -
|The WWII History
opens to the public in El Dorado.
History Center and Oil Museum
opens their gates for the public to come in a see the WWII displays and
to talk with reenactors. Admission to the Museum is free, but
donation of $2/person is suggested and appreciated for admittance to
the battle reenactment.
|11:00 am -
|Veteran's Day Parade through
Hot Dog Feed following
the end of the parade (Location TBD), but it is usually within walking
distance of the WWII History Center
and the Oil
|1:30 pm -
|Weapons/uniform display and
at the Butler
County History Center and Oil Museum in El
|2:15 pm -
WWII Public Battle Reenactment,
by the WWII
Reenacting Corps, on the grounds
of the Butler County
History Center and Oil Museum in
|3:00 pm - Dark
with public and WWII displays open again. The public can view
reenactor uniforms, equipment, weapons and vehicles.
and Research Library
119 W. Central
Phone: (316) 322-8753
WWII History Center
Erik Runge and Michael Kepley
Staff, WWII Reenacting Corps
This is an
event put on by and for the WWII
History Center Foundation,
non-profit corporation. All profits from this event go to the
History Center, 119 W. Central, El
Dorado, KS 67042. Please consult your financial adviser or
tax preparer for advice on deductibility.
If you would
like to volunteer at
the Museum during the Open House, contact Doug Odom.
are a reenactor participating in the battle reenactment,
display, or would like to participate as a uniformed volunteer, contact