See you next year!
September 27-29, 2019
Veterans Memorial Park, Bay City
This annual event held on the banks of the Saginaw River in Veterans
Memorial Park draws re-enactors from all over the country to dress, work and live as people did from several eras in
Michigan's past. Representing time periods from pre-contact Native Americans, Revolutionary War, French and Indian War,
Civil War, and the great World Wars, this free, family-oriented, educational event is a wonderful way to look back at
simpler if not more difficult times. It is held the last weekend in September, and brings in thousands
of people every year including school groups from all over the area.
- Camp sites featuring Native Americans through the Vietnam War
- Sutlers' Shopping Row
- Ma &
Pa's Kettle Korn
- Little John's Root Beer
- Period Battles
- Period Music
- Meet Historical Figures
Donate to River of Time
While there is no admission charge, sponsorships and donations are vital
to the support of this living history event. Contributions may
be sent to:
River of Time
Bay County Historical
321 Washington Avenue
Bay City, MI 48708
|Re-enactors set off a cannon during a skirmish at River of Time.
For general questions
about River of Time: contact the Bay County Historical Society at (989) 893-5733 or Event Chair Jan Rau at (989) 686-6834.
27, 2019 is "Education Day" at River of Time!
Class reservations are helpful but are not required. Tours of the encampment are self-guided. For more
information please contact the Museum.