Saturday, July 22nd will be a busy day for all of us here at the museum. First, We will be having a Pioneer village here on the grounds of the museum in conjunction with the Three Oaks Sesquicentennial celebration going on all summer long (visit the museum and other local organizations and businesses for pamphlets listing all the terrific events planned). The pioneer village will include costumed interpreters and demonstrations of various crafts and skills, including a lacework demonstration by one of own board members. The pioneer village runs 11am to 3pm.
Head over to the Vicker's Theater at noon to catch a special preview of a documentary film on the Pokagon experience produced by national broadcast journalist Nick Bogert. This year's special film event is the successor to a sold-out event on E.K. Warren last year at the Vickers. Nick will speak about the making of the film and the event will also feature live music from the soundtrack performed by musicians from The School of American Music. Books and DVD's will be available for purchase. Don't miss this very special sneak peek event!