Schedule of Events for Scott 1817 Seminole War Battle

The 2018 version of the annual Scott 1817 Seminole War Battle reenactment and living history event is set for November 30 – December 2! The annual event takes place at River Landing Park in Chattahoochee, Florida – with an additional event in Bainbridge, Georgia – and commemorates the 1817 attack on Lt. Richard W. Scott’s command by […]

Circle Hill Cemetery unveils new Veterans Memorial

The Circle Hill Cemetery near Two Egg – also called Pine Level Cemetery – unveiled a new Veterans Memorial just in time for today’s annual church homecoming. The memorial consists of crosses and flags facing Circle Hill Road, each one honoring a veteran buried in the cemetery. A total of 36 crosses were erected at […]

Seminole War Symposium called a success by organizers

Two Egg TV’s first annual Spring Seminole War Symposium brought visitors from South Florida, Pensacola, Tallahassee, Southwest Georgia and other locations to the Two Egg area and Chattahoochee for two beautiful days of education, demonstrations and tours. The event concluded today (Saturday) with lectures by three noted historians, a book signing and a musket firing […]

Musket firings, historians & book signings today!

Two Egg TV’s first annual Seminole War Symposium is off and running! Today’s (Saturday’s) events will all take place at the Clark Barn 7 minutes north of Grand Ridge on FL-69. Activities will begin at 9 a.m. with historian Dr. Joe Knesch’s presentation “Jackson 1818” which will focus on Andrew Jackson’s 1818 invasion of Northwest […]

Historians, Book Signings & Musket Firings set for Today!

Two Egg TV’s first annual Seminole War Symposium is off and running! Today’s (Saturday’s) events will all take place at the Clark Barn 7 minutes north of Grand Ridge on FL-69. Activities will begin at 9 a.m. with historian Dr. Joe Knesch’s presentation “Jackson 1818” which will focus on Andrew Jackson’s 1818 invasion of Northwest […]

Seminole War Symposium events set for tomorrow & Saturday!

An array of events is coming to to the area tomorrow and Saturday as Two Egg TV hosts our first annual Seminole War Symposium! The public is invited to come for either or both days. Friday’s activities will include the School of the Seminole/Creek Indian for those who would like to join our living history/reenacting […]

A fantastic day at Florida Caverns State Park

The annual Caverns Cultural Celebration & Battle of Marianna Reenactment turned out great despite the offshore threat posed by Tropical Storm Nate! The event drew hundreds of people to Florida Caverns State Park for a day that featured living history, exhibits, food, live entertainment and the annual reenactment. The weather held off and the crowd […]

Caverns Cultural Celebration & Battle Reenactment set for tomorrow!

The annual Caverns Cultural Celebration & Battle of Marianna Reenactment are set for tomorrow (Saturday, 10/7/2017) at Florida Caverns State Park in Marianna. Activities got underway today with living history demonstrations, live animals, exhibits, food vendors, live entertainment and more. More than 350 area school students visited the event to learn more about Florida history, […]

Holmes County celebrates Laura Ingalls Wilder’s life in the Florida Panhandle with 150th birthday party

Laura Ingalls Wilder, the beloved author of Little House on the Prairie, was born 150 years ago today on February 7, 1867. The Holmes County Historical Society will celebrate her accomplishments and her time as a resident of the Florida Panhandle with a special 150th birthday party this Saturday at the society’s museum in Bonifay. […]