Hundreds of people turn out to Union Gap this morning to relive the old days.
It's part of the the town's Old Town Days, where people can experience what it was like to live in colonial times.
Today was the second day of the event and featured a Civil War re-enactment at Fullbright Park.
Event participants say Old Town Days, now over 130 years old, is still a local favorite.
"[people] bring their families, you see the kids with that wide-eyed wonderment of a child again," said Colonel Alan Geho, "That keeps you feeling good about what you do."
Last year's event brought in over 4,000 people, that same number is expected this year.
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