Brown Bag “Where Have All the Pickles Gone”

“Where Have All the Pickles Gone?”

Friday, June 11th |  Noon – 1 p.m.

Presented by Jamie Erwin on Zoom

Join us for a look at how Marshall County agriculture has changed over time with the rise of a national and global economy, how cropping cultures have evolved, and learn how agriculture has remained a leading economic contribution in our community.

Our Brown Bag Lunch program is a series of informative talks given by local community members and experts on a number of interesting topics. These free talks are at noon on the second Friday of every month and last about an hour. We encourage our guests to bring their lunch, a friend or just themselves and settle in for some Marshall County history and fun.

To Register

Call 936-2306 or email sarahwhisman@mchistoricalsociety.org and the Zoom link will be sent to you.

 

Part of a Series – Crossroads: Change in Rural America  $1,500 grant from Indiana Humanities through the Smithsonian Institution Mainstreet Initiative

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Date

Jun 11 2021
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Time

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Organizer

Sarah Whisman, Community Relations Coordinator
Phone
(574)936-2306
Email
sarahwhisman@mchistoricalsociety.org

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