“Muster” is an old Middle English word meaning “a cause to gather.” While we conduct some group business, we also host guest speakers who are experts in a wide range of domestic and military colonial matters. In the days preceding the Revolutionary War, militia would usually muster to drill twice each year, once in the spring and the other in the fall. Following their drill, the militia would be joined by their families and celebrate with good food and drink, music and games.
We have a cause to gather. In the picture is General George Washington looking through his spyglass to see if you’ve marked your calendar for a gathering of compatriots from Oregon, Washington & Alaska.
Excitement is in the air as the Pacific District Sons of the American Revolution gather for a conference. Our special guest this year is President General Lindsey Brock.
Thirty rooms are reserved at $107 a night. They will go fast! When you call let them know you are with the SAR to get this low rate.
Activities: Seminars, Presentations, Colonial displays, drawings for a $1,200.00 Charlesville musket & other prizes, Fellowship & Fun . . !
Mark your calendars now!
April 24, 2015 - April 25, 2015
Red Lion Hotel (Bellevue)
11211 Main Street