Fall Heritage Storytelling Event
Saturday, Sept 17th, 2005,
6 – 8.p.m.
Carl Kroening Interpretive Center
4900 Mississippi Ct N
On the Mississippi River
(I94 at 49th/53rd Exit, on 194 between 694 and Dowling)
If you’ve ever walked down by the banks of the Mississippi, you’ve probably heard it competing with the crickets to tell you the story of its past. Come join us on September 17th to meet some of the historic characters who once walked these same grounds.
Program includes historical characters Henry Rowe Schoolcraft, 19th century explorer Zebulon Pike, Mississippi river pig Jack Orde, a Swedish immigrant from the sawmills, Workhouse superintendent Frank R. McDonald, an African American schoolteacher, and an early Mississippi Courts resident.
Part of a full afternoon of family activities starting at 2.00 p.m.
For information call the Interpretive Center at763/694-7693
Cooperative effort with Lind-Bohanon Neighborhood Association, Mississippi Courts Historical Society, and Three Rivers Park District.
"It was pure magic."
-Nancy Beals, Camden Community News
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