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Turn of the Century Social (April 28th at MCC Central Park)

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Turn of the Century Social (April 28th at MCC Central Park)

Postby PuddleJumper » Wed Apr 18, 2012 7:43 pm

The annual Turn-of-the-Century Social, a community wide event celebrating times-gone-by (late 1800s to early 1900s), will take place on Saturday, April 28th from 10 am -2 pm in MCC Central Park.

MSU students, dressed in period costumes, will conduct reenactments at the old schoolhouse, courthouse, and train depot (Playhouse in the Park).

There will be food, live music, storytelling and many other period-related interactive activities such as candle making, kettle corn cooking, and soap making.

Come out and bring the entire family for a fun filled outing into earlier times.

Notable talent at the event: Nathan Lynn, William T. Turner
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