2021 - 2022 Upcoming Events

Please scroll to the bottom of the Page for Classes. Event information listed below.

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For Dade City Christmas Parade Information, please scroll down, events are listed by date.

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Living History, Civil War - Nov. 20 & 21, 2021

Battle of Gainesville Event Schedule

Saturday, November 20

  • 10:00am – Event Begins
  • 10:00am – Cane Syrup Making - Cane Mill at the NW corner of the property
  • 11:00am – (Main Building – Lockey Tool Room) Presentation by
    Andy Warrener ‘Captain John Bartholf and the 2nd US Colored Infantry’
  • 11:00am – (Mabel Jordan Barn) Presentation by Ralph Epifanio
    ‘Feed Sack Fabric in the 19th Century’11:30am – (Main Building – Lockey Tool Room) Presentation by Archie Marshall ‘JJ Dickison – The Swamp Fox of the Confederacy’
  • 11:30am – (Mabel Jordan Barn) Presentation by Robert Mattson ‘The USS Columbine and the Battle of Horse Landing’
  • 12:30pm – (Gazebo) Presentation by Keith Kohl ‘The Battle of Gainesville’
  • 2:00pm – Battle Reenactment
  • 4:00pm – Event ends

 

Battle of Gainesville Event Schedule

Sunday, November 21

  • 10:00am – Event Begins, Church Service in the Enterprise Church
  • 11:00am – (Main Building – Lockey Tool Room) Presentation by
    Andy Warrener ‘Captain John Bartholf and the 2nd US Colored Infantry’
  • 11:00am – (Mabel Jordan Barn) Presentation by Ralph Epifanio ‘Feed Sack Fabric in the Civil War’
  • 11:30am – (Main Building – Lockey Tool Room) Presentation by Archie Marshall ‘JJ Dickison – The Swamp Fox of the Confederacy’
  • 11:30am – (Mabel Jordan Barn) Presentation by Robert Mattson ‘The USS Columbine and the Battle of Horse Landing’
  • 12:00pm – Fashion Show presented by the United Daughters of the Confederacy
  • 12:30pm – (Gazebo) Presentation by Keith Kohl ‘The Battle of Gainesville’
  • 2:00pm – Battle Reenactment
  • 4:00pm – Event ends

 

Lunch for purchase in the Museum Concession Stand (Cracker Fixins)

  • Burgers                                                                        $5.00
  • Cheeseburgers                                                            $5.00
  • Grilled Chicken Sandwiches                                        $5.00
  • Black-eyed Pea Soup                                                  $5.00
  • Bowl of Chicken and Yellow Rice w/Black Beans        $5.00
  • All Beef Hotdogs                                                          $3.00
  • Pie                                                                                $3.00   
  • Chips,  Brownies or Ice cream                                     $1.00              
  • Drinks                                                                           $1.00

While supplies last.

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Nov. 19, Field Trip Day, Living History, Civil War (9 am - 1 pm) More information, registration and lesson plans

Nov. 20, 21, 2021 Living History, Civil War, 10  am - 4 pm, Reenactments at 2 pm

Speakers, sutlers (time period vendors), encampments, live music, traditional craft demonstrations, great food, all museum buildings open, blacksmith demonstrations, cane syrup making and more. 352-567-0262 for more information.

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Reenactor Schedule for Battle of Gainesville

Friday, November 19
8:30am – School Day presentation meeting at Overstreet House (big yellow house)
8:45am – Grounds closed to vehicles. Please park vehicles in Reenactor Parking
Lot
9:00am – School Day presentations begin/Gates open for students and chaperons
1:00pm – School Day presentations end
1:15-1:30 – Grounds open to vehicular traffic

Saturday, November 20
7:00am – Reveille
9:30am – Colors (battlefield)
10:00am – Ladies Tea (Mabel Jordan Barn – Carriage Room)/Gates open to the public
1:00pm – Arms Inspection and Muster

2:00pm Battle Reenactment
4:00pm – Event ends/Gates closed to the public
5:30pm – Tactical Battle
7:00pm – 10:00pm – Dance (Mabel Jordan Barn)

Sunday, November 21
7:00am – Reveille
9:30am – Colors (battlefield) 

10:00am Gates open to the public

10:00am Church Service in the Enterprise Church
12:00pm – Fashion Show
1:00pm – Arms Inspection and Muster

2:00pm Battle Reenactment

4:00pm – Event ends

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Pioneer Christmas & Vintage Market, Saturday, Dec 4, 2021

(Scroll down for Dec. 10, Dade City Christmas Parade)

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Dec. 4, 2021: Pioneer Christmas & Vintage Market, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

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*Tickets sold at the gate only
*Free parking
*Wonderful, unique vendors for great Christmas presents
*Food trucks
*Live entertainment with GiGi and Friends and more! The multi-talented Gigi was formerly with Ringling Brothers and Barnum Bailey Circus. - 11 am at the Gazebo in front of the yellow two story house
*Craft demonstrations
*Children's reindeer games
*Make and take home arts and crafts, ornaments
*Cookie decorating
*Family photos
*Christmas Carols
*Skunk Rescue
*Buildings decorated for Christmas
*Docents in time period dress
*Quilt Raffle
*Model Trains
*Blacksmith demonstrations
*Pony Rides 
*Gnome Scavenger Hunt with prizes
*Accepting canned goods for the hungry

*Petting Zoo

*The Zephyrhills High School Encore Chorus performance at 1:30 -2:30pm in the Enterprise Church 
More to come!

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GiGi and Friends Holiday Show! 

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Dade City Christmas Parade, December 10th, 2021

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It is official, the Pioneer Florida Museum and Village will take over the Dade City Christmas Parade with the support of the City of Dade City. Who better to carry on our city's long standing tradition than a museum that preserves our local history. Thousands of spectators come to Downtown Dade City every year, since at least 1982, to see the Dade City Christmas Parade make its way through our downtown area. The museum hopes this year will be no different.

Simpson Lakes is our first sponsor and Grand Marshall of this year's parade.

Rocycle and Saint Leo University are presenting sponsors

Pasco County Professional Firefighters Local 4420 is our Santa Sponsor and 

Pasco TC Gives, Inc. and AdventHealth Dade City & AdventHealth Zephyrhills are  ELF Sponsor. We need more Elves!

Dade City Little League is a Community Sponsor

Please save the date: Dade City Christmas Parade 

Friday, December 10th, 2021, 7:00 pm. 

THE OFFICIAL PARADE ROUTE - Parade begins at MLK Jr. Blvd and 5th Street; goes west on MLK Jr. Blvd. to 7th St., south to Church Av., east to 5th St., in front of the post office.  More information coming soon.         

PARADE APPLICATIONS   Most entries are $50 and are due by Nov 12th, 5 pm. Limited spaces, first come, first served. REGISTRATION MAY CLOSE EARLY, if we are full.

 PARADE SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

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Living History, Seminoles - December 18 and 19, 2021

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Dec.18-19, 2021, Living History, Seminole War, 10  am - 4 pm, Reenactment 3 pm both days

  • Featuring all 3 Seminole Wars, from 1817 - 1858, with an emphasis on the 2nd Seminole War
  • First-person impression of historical figures
  • Authentic native and pioneer skill demonstrations
  • Author and historian Dale Cox and author and professor Dr. Anthony Dixon 
  • This event is presented in special partnership with the Seminole Wars Foundation and a grant from Florida Humanities.
  • More information and schedule of events coming soon

Dec 17  Field Trip Day Living History, Seminole War (9 am - 1 pm). Students and chaperones only. Pre-registration required

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Next Generation Sunshine State Standards
SS.4.A.1.1: Analyze primary and secondary resources to identify significant individuals and events throughout Florida history.
SS.4.A.3.10: Identify the causes and effects of the Seminole Wars.

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2022

Upcoming Events/Festival Dates

Now accepting vendors and sponsors for most events! VENDOR APPLICATIONS AND INFORMATION

Jan. 8 2022: Raising Cane Moonshine Festival, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

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Jan. 8 2022: Raising Cane Moonshine Festival, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Sugar Cane Syrup Making, Syrup Tasting Contest, US Sugar presentation, vendors, great food, live music, tour our Moonshine Exhibition and hear local moonshine stories. More to come!

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Feb. 5, 2022: Farm Festival and Quilt Show, 10 pm - 5 pm

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Feb. 5, 2022: Farm Festival and Quilt Show, 10 pm - 5 pm, Southern Draft Horse Pull at 12 noon, Quilt Show, food, vendors and more!  Quilt Show Form

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March 5, 2022: Cracker Cowboy Day  10 AM - 4 PM (more details to come)

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Mar. 26 2022: Jelly Bean Fling (Spring Festival)  9 AM - 4 PM

2022 Jelly Bean Fling

Mar. 26 2022: Jelly Bean Fling (Spring Festival)  9 AM - 4 PM

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Apr 22, 2022 School Field Trip Day Living History WWII (9 am - 1 pm)

Apr 22-24., 2022 Living History WWII Event, , 10  am - 4 pm

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craft workshops fall 2021
 
Another Pine Needle Basket Weaving Class has been added for Oct 23, 10 am - 2 pm.
For the Pine Needle Basket Weaving Class, please bring: your favorite color of #5 or #10 Crochet thread, One pair of small scissors, a 1 1/2" to 2" sharp pointed large-eyed needle (no tapestry needles) 1",1 1/8" or 1 1/4" Cabone or plastic rings"
 
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Florida Nature Classes/Brunches
and campfire cooking with Not a Clue Adventures
 
Brunches: 10 am - 12 noon
At each event we will offer a program focusing on a wild subject and offering a light meal and drinks. Limited Seating due to Covid-19.
$12-$18 per person - min 5/max 20
call 813-789-0904 with questions.
Registration for each event closes 48 hours in advance.
This intimate type of event will give you more opportunity to have questions answered and meet with organizers.
Pioneer Florida Museum & Village, Dade City 15602 Pioneer Museum Rd, Dade City, FL 33523 
 
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Other:
December 22, 2021, Wednesday, 6 - 8 pm - Pie Iron Party $10 per person - make 1 savory and 1 sweet per person and learn about pie iron cooking over a campfire, families welcome. Registration will be available soon. Please check back.
 
 
 
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Please wash or sanitize your hands often. The museum frequently sanitizes common areas and has hand sanitizer available.  Please socially distance from those not in your party. If you are sick, please stay home. The health and safety of our staff, guests and volunteers is our highest priority. masks are welcome, but not a requirement.