Living History Open House —WWI
Sunday, July 17 • Drop-in 12–4 p.m.
Powers-Walker House Historic Landmark, Glacial Park
Visit this Greek Revival 1854 restored house and learn more about the families that once called it home.
July’s open house will feature the Miller family who inhabited the area during the World War I era. Volunteers in historical attire will be on hand to answer questions. Enjoy the war-time memorabilia and listen to the stories of both the home-front and the soldiers’ perspective from each of these important conflicts that changed our world.
Summer drop-in tours of this historic landmark, view details…
— 1st Friday Concerts —
7-8:30 p.m • Glacial Park, Ringwood
The Mississippi Stranglers —July 1
Truly an original “American band,” The Mississippi Stranglers hit the main vein of American Music. From folk to progressive rock they cover a spectrum that spans from front porch hoe-downs to traditional garage rock. Kurt Richard Carlson (Guitars/Vocals) Neal Boomer Ernst (Guitars/Vocals) Garrett Pederson (Guitar/Vocals) David Young (Bass/Mandolin/Keys) Matt Ford (Drums)