Members of the 138th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Company B will demonstrate the life and duties of Union soldiers during the Civil War. They will perform drill, musket firing demonstrations, and other activities. The 138th PVI, Co. B is a Civil War reenactment group dedicated to the memory of the common soldier. The original Company B was stationed in Ellicott's Mills for several months in 1862 to guard the railroad and town. They also retreated through town after the Battle of Monocacy in July 1864.