If Tombstones Could Talk

If Tombstones Could Talk

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Date(s) - June-14 2018
6:00 pm

Fort Howard Memorial Park


“If Tombstones Could Talk: Conflict & Compromise”
Fort Howard Memorial Park Cemetery
June 13th and 14th, 6:00 PM

Fort Howard Memorial Park Cemetery is the setting for the first Cemetery Tour of the Brown County Historical Society’s 2018 season. The theme for our “If Tombstones Could Talk” series is “Conflict & Compromise” and the characters visitors will meet represent a wide range of time-periods and difference stances. Once these folks walked, laughed, worked, and contributed to our community. Now they are a memory of yesterday. Hear their stories – take a step back to their time. Come, visit us at the Fort Howard Memorial Cemetery Walk, and discover how these historic residents of Green Bay dealt with conflicts and made compromises! The Brown County Historical Society and Fort Howard Memorial Park Cemetery are sponsoring this event.

This is a guided walking tour that takes place outdoors, so please dress accordingly. Lightweight portable lawn chairs are recommended.

$8.00 – Individuals
$18.00 – Families (2 adults with up to 4 children 16 & under)

Reservations Requested
To reserve your spot as an individual or group, please call
Or E-mail us at bchsvolunteer@netnet.net


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