Join Curator of Art and History Erika Holst for two introductory workshops on family history. Participants can choose to register for either or both workshops, which will be held in the Museum’s classroom.
Award-winning singer-songwriter Wil Maring and virtuose guitarist/fiddler Robert Bowlin combine their talents, smoothly blending elements from all roots music genres to create an original acoustic music all their own.
Dating to the 13th or 14th century, Noble-Wieting is a nearly six-acre Langford Tradition mound and village site that has long been known for its geography as well as the association between Langford pottery and shell-tempered Mississippian pottery.
Freshwater mussels have lived in North America since the Age of the Dinosaurs—more than 200 million years. They’re ecologically important—cleaning the water in our streams and lakes and providing food for many species. American Indians gathered mussels for food and used shells for tools and ornaments. In the 1890s, a German immigrant invented a new use for mussels that launched an industry—pearl buttons.