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Elkhart Historical Society

 

When

Friday, August 31, 2018

Where

Wild Hare Cafe, 104 Governor Oglesby St., Elkhart, Illinois

Time

4:45 pm - 9:00 pm

What

Dean Williams presents The Making of Historical Film, “Abraham Lincoln in Logan County” offered by the Elkhart Historical Society at the Wild Hare Cafe in Elkhart. The doors will open at 4:45 pm and the dinner will begin promptly at 5:30 pm. This is a special Illinois Bicentennial project celebrating President Abraham Lincoln and the local community. Elkhart Historical Society is partnering with Lincoln College and the Central Illinois Film Commission to update the film, “Surveyor to President: Abraham Lincoln in Logan County.” The film, originally produced in 2003, is being revised to include footage of the new Lincoln Heritage Museum, highlights of the Lincoln/Oglesby connection, and additional information on President Lincoln’s support of the university that was to be built and named for him. The entire footage of the original film was shot in Logan County, and many at sites that are still in existence, and many of the extras are from Logan County as well. The film will be featured at the August 31st dinner lecture in Elkhart, with video copies available to the public for purchase.

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REPEAT  PRESENTATION (Fri., Sept. 7th) - RESERVATION FORM <-- click here



Materials will be provided. All classes will meet from 10 -2.
 (The dates are listed above)

Fee $30 per class. Examples of each lesson will be on
display at Horsefeathers during the month of each class.
 

Call Horsefeathers at 217-947-2100 to sign up or
for additional information.






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Wild Hare Cafe - Elkhart Historical Society Lecture Series

Guy Fraker speaking on his book:
"Lincoln's Ladder to the Presidency"
Paul Beaver, Emeritus of Lincoln College,
speaking on the Scully's in central Illinois
Peter Neihaus, speaking on
his years spent in South Africa
Dr. Dennis Campbell of Lincoln
College speaking on local mammals
Karl Luthin, DVM presents “The Perils of Traveling in an 1800’s Winter”
 
6 Feb., 2015 LDN: "From War’s Ashes
to the Birth of Lincoln College"

Mt. Pulaski 1850's Courthouse to where
Lawyer A. Lincoln traveled on the
Illinois 8th Judicial Circuit



Annual Spring tours of
Elkhart Hill flowers

 “An Evening with Mark McDonald”
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PRICE RANGES:

 

sandwich or panini plates from $4.99 to $9.95

quiche of the day with 2 side salads  $9.95

soup $2.99/5.99

single servings of house salads $1.99

homemade desserts $3.99

beverages  $1.99


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n canvas board

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Renee's morning class (10-12) ...
 watercolor painting 
Afternoon class (1-3) ...
 acrylic painting on canvas board

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