Living History at Harpers Ferry - The Association supports Park programs throughout the year
Meriwether Lewis Bicentennial - Bill Barker and Dick Cheatham as Thomas Jefferson and Meriwether Lewis in 2003
Election Day 1860 - Militia parade on Shenandoah Street in Lower Town Harpers Ferry
2006 Niagara Centennial Commemoration - 'Marching to a Monument for Freedom' poster by Richard Fitzhugh

2017 Schedule of Events






 These family events relate the natural and cultural history of the area and give accounts of the men and women whose contributions made Harpers Ferry a significant place in our nation's heritage. The events are made possible through the efforts of the park staff, NPS volunteers, living history groups, and the Harpers Ferry Park Association.

For more information call 304-535-6029 or visit the Harpers Ferry National Historical Park website.

For a complete list of 2017 events click here.

For Living History Weekends click here.

For a list of Storer College Sesquicentennial Events click here.




Special Events are made possible through the generous support of the

Harpers Ferry Park Association.