Virtual Events for July
For the month of July, the Marshall County Museum will be offering two virtual events.
VIRTUAL BROWN BAG: Join us on Zoom, July 10th at noon, with Kurt Garner. Kurt will be presenting “The Village of Maxinkuckee: Uncovering & Celebrating Its History”. This talk will take you all the way back to the Native American tribe that called the village home as well as explore the unique natural and man-made landscape of the area.
To register for this event, email email@example.com and the Zoom meeting details will be sent to you along with a helpful guide. For those hesitant about using Zoom, it is a fairly easy program to use and as long as you have an internet capable device and an internet connection, you can participate.
KID’S EVENT: This activity This activity will posted on our website, www.mchistoricalsociety.org , starting July 1st for you to print at home.packet asks kiddos to imagine they are history detectives solving a mystery. There are mysterious items in a ‘virtual’ old trunk found in a ‘virtual’ old house. Work through the packet to figure out what the artifacts are and what the were used for. This hands-on activity packet will be available on our website starting July 1st for you to print from home.
Questions about our programs? Call us at (574)936-2306.
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