History comes alive this weekend in North Augusta

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Jade Montana (from left) reaches for a chicken as she walks by campsites with her sister Kaelynn Lewis and cousin Jada Savela during a Colonial Times re-enactment at Living History Park off Spring Grove Avenue in North Augusta.
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School’s out for summer, but the learning doesn’t have to stop. This weekend, Living History Park in North Augusta brings history to life for Colonial Times: Under the Crown.

Historians and re-enactors from seven states will show daily life during the British occupation of Augusta in the 18th century.

The event is free and open from 10 to 5 Saturday and 10 to 4 Sunday. For more information, visit colonialtimes.us.


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