Due to popular demand, Beaver to make second presentation at Elkhart dinner lecture series April 1st

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[March 10, 2016]  ELKHART - The Elkhart Historical Society offered many wonderful dinner lectures this year including a sold out presentation from Illinois Stories’ Mark McDonald that prompted the society to schedule a second date for the Public Television personality.

The season was scheduled to end on March 18th with what is sure to be an outstanding lecture from local historian Paul Beaver with the topic of “William Scully’s Prairie and the People Who Farmed It.”

Anticipating a great event, guests booked early for the Beaver lecture and still it sold out before everyone had a chance to get in. Because of this, the Historical society is pleased to announce that Beaver will return and repeat his lecture on Friday April 1st at 5:30 p.m.

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The lecture will be held at the Wild Hare Café’ in the Horsefeathers shop in Elkhart. Additional Information and the reservation form can be found at www.elkharthistoricalsociety.org , or forms can be obtained at either The Country Bumpkin Antique shop or Horsefeather’s, in Elkhart.

The Society has also posted its April Wildflower and Bird Walk Schedule on the website. All of the reservation forms and information can be found there or can be picked up at either of the shops listed above. Happy Spring!!

[ J. Rob Wilson]

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