A great opportunity to tour all of Pamplin Park, as well as take advantage of very special programming.  At 12 noon there will be the Presentation of the Colors and a Cannon Fire Salute to honor all veterans from the American Revolution to present day. The program comprises a living history timeline of America’s Military with reenactors.  Author A.I. Barnes will discuss his book, Forgotten Soldiers of World War I:  America’s Immigrant Doughboys. Living history reenactors will portray American Military members from various conflicts, interacting with visitors, sharing stories, uniforms, equipment & weaponry of American fighting men & women.  Also, visit the exhibit, 292 Days, A City at War presented in 2 parts, the first about Petersburg’s Impressive Growth from a Trading Post to Virginia’s secession in 1861, and the second part about the War Years in Petersburg to the End of the Siege.  Be sure to see it as it will be open only until December 17.  There is no extra charge beyond regular park admission.