VINCENNES, Ind. (WTHI) - A state museum is getting ready to remember one of the world's biggest wars.
It all takes place in Vincennes this weekend.
The Indiana Military Museum is hosting their World War I Event and Reenactment.
This year marks the centennial of World War I.
The two-day event will show visitors what life was like back during the historic event.
There will be gun demonstrations, trench walkthroughs, and war reenactments.
Officials hope people will come out to see the museum's newest additions.
The event is free to the public.
On Saturday, there is a planned morning troop formation and inspection at 9:30.
There will be a weapons demonstration on the battlefield around 10:15, along with two battles. One starts at 11:30 and the other will be after 1:00.
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