For those who do not know, I organize a living history group that portrays the Maryland Signers of the Declaration for Independence, the Paca Family, friends, relatives and people of the town! No, I do not live in Maryland, but somehow this happened several years ago after London Town and Gardens changed their programming from first person to third and our reasons for being there disappeared. Third person is great for reenactments and docents when you are not portraying people of the time. We made such an impression on the new VP of Education at Historic Annapolis, that she invited us there. We are forever grateful to Lisa.
Our group is on-site about four times a year at the Paca House and we are honored to be there. We also portray people of the town, as well as indenture and convict servants. If you want to follow us on Facebook - you can check out when we will be at the house.
All of our events are very well researched, a scenario is created, and all is coordinated with Historic Annapolis so that we are on track to portray the family, friends, etc., to the best of our ability with the information that we know. We are an elite group with some of the best clothing and interpreters on the East Coast. Many of us dig even deeper into our characters so that we can create the person from the time as best that we can. We have great fun, and often socialize after our events with dinner in town - and love Reynold's Tavern where we feel at home.