I would look into the 7th KY Volunteer Infantry group. Originally, it was formed in Beattyville Kentucky, which is pretty interesting. But the reenacting members of the group now are scattered all over Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio and Tennessee.
If you have a wife or a girlfriend interested, there is also a civilian section of the group called the Society of the Golden Wreath.
The 7th will be in attendance at Mill Springs this year. Actually, the Society of the Golden Wreath is in charge of all civilian activities through the park for the event.
Here is the groups website:
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