1. Quaker Guns and Breastworks In this station, the students will create their very own breastwork by stacking logs into a frame. Also, the students learn about Quaker guns and cannons, which are logs painted to deceive their enemies into thinking that they are actual cannons and guns.
2. Glory This station is a play put on by high school students about the 54th Massachusetts regiment. This was the first African-American regiment and only one in the Civil War. This play showed the struggles of the regiment in order to be treated as any other regiment and was strongly based upon the popular movie "Glory".
3. Sherman's March to the Sea This station is also a play put on by D.C. Everest Senior High School students. It is about the march from Atlanta, Georgia to the Georgia coast where Sherman destroyed the Confederates weapons and everything else in his way.
4. Battle of Gettysburg At this station, students are told the story about the three day battle in the town of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania between the Union and the Confederates.
5. William W. Robinson - Iron Brigade During this station, civil war actor Paul Johnson teaches students about the Iron Brigade.
6. Saved By the Saw At this station they have a reenactment of a soldier who injured his leg and went into the medical tent where they had to amputate his leg. The teachers running this station also give students information about how many deaths there were during the war and the medical procedures.
7. Wisconsin Living History At this station, students answer trivia questions asked by Valerie Charneski, a civil war reenactor, about important people, places, and events in the Civil War.
8. Battle of Chancellorsville During this station students are taught about the Battle of Chancellorsville by Stonewall Jackson, one of the leaders of the Confederacy's army. He reenacts the battle by using a diagram of the battlefield and figures.
9. Union Marching Drills At this station, students learn basic marching commands taught by Troy Torgerson, an army veteran and Mr. Juliot, another army veteran. Some students are chosen to lead the marches and shout out commands to the other students.
10. Civil War Cannon At this station, Harold Walters, Dave Nyseth, and Charles Lindvig, all civil war reenactors, teach students about guns, bayonets, different cannons and cannonballs. They also taught about living conditions of soldiers, what they ate, and what they carried with them at all times. The men conducting the station also hand around the different guns and cannonballs for students to see.
11. Sutler’s Station At this station, students get to try hard tack, a common food eaten by soldiers during the civil war. Students also receive another snack provided by other students.
12. Quilting In the Civil War At this station, students are allowed to help make a quilt. The ladies who run this station are known as the Pine Tree Quilters and are very experienced quilters. They also educate students about how women made quilts for soldiers during the civil war.
13. Junior High Civil War Band The Junior High eighth grade band plays patriotic songs throughout the entire Civil War day and during the 10th station students get to listen to the band.