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05 Apr

The following Patriots' Day schedule highlights over 60 key events.

Many additional local events, parades, and ceremonies take place in and around Boston on Patriots' Day weekend.

8am - 12 Noon - Living History Event: "Armed as According to Law" - Presentation by Minute Men NHP and Concord Museum, featuring Captain David Brown's Company at North Bridge in Concord - see a near-full-strength minute company of about 40 men demonstrate drills and musket firing.

You can also stop by the Concord Museum (1pm-5pm) to see actual artifacts from 1775.

- In this reenactment of an event that took place AFTER the Battle of Lexington was fought on the morning of April 19, 1775, Captain Parker calls the Lexington Minutemen to arms at on Lexington Green and talks with Reverend Jonas Clarke, at whose house Samuel Adams and John Hancock had been hiding (more about that).

The Minutemen then march to the Parker's Revenge site on Route 2A in the Minute Man National Park for a wreath laying and musket salute that begins around pm-2pm near Fiske Hill in Lexington (see below).

2pm, Dress Rehearsal of the Lexington Skirmish on April 19, 1775 - Location: Battle Green, Lexington Center - The Lexington Minute Men hold their dress rehearsal for the Patriots Day (Monday, April 20) reenactment of the April 19, 1775 skirmish.The Menotomy Minutemen will demonstrate drilling and musketry, and discuss their gear.The house will be open for tours (donation requested).Good day to come if you want to see some action but avoid the bigger crowds.Plus, the actual event on Patriots Day takes place at 5am - so opt for the dress rehearsal if you prefer to relive the experience at a more civilized hour. - to be confirmed 3pm, Paul Revere Capture Ceremony - Location: Paul Revere Capture Site on Rt 2A, Minute Man National Historical Park (MMNHP), Lincoln - The Lincoln Minute Men will march down Battle Road and do a dramatic reading of Longfellow's poem to recount the events of the night of April 19, 1775, when British troops captured Paul Revere in Lincoln after his midnight ride from Boston.