The Living History Volunteer Corps at the National World War I Museum and Memorial is a group of professional and amateur historians that examine and educate the public on the human dimension of the Great War thorough research, militaria collecting and living history.
On these special days members will engage the public through a variety of programs and initiatives at the Museum, including monthly “Day in the Life” demonstrations on Sundays surrounding crucial World War I topics and an annual encampment/demonstration event on the exterior grounds of the Museum.
Mar. 12, All Day: Soldiers of the War – The Eastern Front 1917 (Day in the Life)
Apr. 9, All Day: Medical (Day in the Life)
May 27 - 29, All Day: Memorial Day Weekend
June 11, All Day: Boredom in the Trenches (Day in the Life)
July 9, All Day: Soldiers of the War – The Other Fronts 1917 (Day in the Life)
Aug. 26-27, All Day: Living the Great War
Sep. 10, All Day: Trench Warfare (Day in the Life)
Oct. 8, All Day: Soldiers of the War – The Western Front 1917 (Day in the Life)
Nov. 11, 9 - 2 p.m.: Veterans' Day Ceremonies
Dec. 11, All Day: Christmas During the War (Day in the Life)