Lee-Jackson
Day
Lexington, VA

Lee-Jackson Day Symposium                     (Friday ~ January 14 2022)  at The Virginia Horse Center ~ Anderson Colosseum Mezzinine 

Our annual symposium will return this year which is free and open to the public.

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 12:00 pm ~ 5:00 pm Event will be live streamed.  Please check our Facebook Page for login information.   Click Here

 (Each presentation will be approximately 45 minutes followed by a question and answer period.  Refreshments will be provided)

 

We strongly encourage individuals who are in attendance for the weekend to avoid any protest groups that may invade downtown.   We strongly discourage any confrontation which would not be in the spirit of Lee or Jackson, nor Martin Luther King, Jr. who encouraged his followers during his lifetime to leave the Confederate flag and memorials alone to encourage peace, not division. 

Downtown Flagging

This year many people will be downtown displaying Confederate Flags in support of our history.  Please feel free to drive by and give them a thumbs up and a wave or join with them.  Be prepared to follow social distancing guidelines and limit the number of people in your group.

Lee-Jackson Day Ceremonies  (Saturday) January 15

 

10:00 am - Annual Memorial Ceremony in Stonewall Jackson's Cemetery.  Come join us as we honor our heroes expressed desire for spiritual awakening at Jackson Circle in front of the grave and life-size statue of the General.  Events include a wreath laying ceremony, songs, and military honors.

 

 

 

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11:15 am - Lee-Jackson Day Parade Visitors are welcomed to join in the procession or watch.  All SCV, UDC, OCR, and reenactor groups are welcomed to participate.  Any other groups must contact us to ensure participation as we reserve the right to deny participation to any group or individual)

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Noon - Memorial Service at the Hampton Inn Col Alto ~ Featuring Susan Lee.

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 Luncheon ~ at the Hampton Inn Col Alto immediately following the Memorial Service.  Cost is $20 per person ($16 per child).  Reservations are strongly encouraged as we will have a very limited number of tickets available at the door.

For Reservations please send payment to: Lee-Jackson Day PO Box 466 Lexington, Virginia 24450.  For last minute inquiries email bxdorsey2@yahoo.com or call 540-461-0389.

 

Lee-Jackson Day Ball

Return of the Lee-Jackson Day Ball!  Come join us on the floor of the Virginia Horse Center Mezzanine for a Civil War era dance.  Featuring Live Music and Dance Callers from the Shenandoah Civil War Era Dancers.  Refreshments are included!  Cost is $15 at the door or $25 per couple.  Reservations are strongly encouraged so that we know how much food to bring! Period attire is recommended, but not required.

 

For Reservations please send payment to: Lee-Jackson Day PO Box 466 Lexington, Virginia 24450.  For last minute inquiries email bxdorsey2@yahoo.com or call 540-461-0389.

 Luncheon ~ (Postponed due to Covid Restrictions)

 

 Luncheon ~ (Postponed due to Covid Restrictions)

Lee-Jackson & Black Confederate Tours

The Stonewall Brigade Camp would like to invite visitors to our events to explore the lasting impact that Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson had on the local African-American community.  To fill out your weekend between events, we are providing visitors the opportunity to walk the streets of Lexington and see historic sites connected with our Black Confederate citizens.

We will not be having a guided tour this year, but you can take the self-guided tour by clicking the link below.

Help us to explore the diversity and divisiveness that plagues modern thought about the Confederacy.  It may very well be the Black Confederate's grave's that are the last monuments to the past for the Left to desecrate.

For more information on Black Confederate History in Lexington and a copy of our SELF-GUIDED tour: Click Here

Contact Information / Reservations

Lee-Jackson Day - PO Box 466  Lexington, VA 24450

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Any net proceeds will benefit future Lee-Jackson Day events 

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