Turn of the Century Social to be held April 16

The Turn of the Century Social is a historical interpretive program that will take place for the second time ever this year. It will be held April 16 in the Murray-Calloway County Park. Murray State University students enrolled in REC 465 and REC 302 classes are coordinating the event. The courses are part of MSU’s college of health science and human services.

Events will focus on historical buildings in the park including the first Calloway County Courthouse, the Water’s School and the old train depot. Other activities include music, crafts, candle making, various vendors and more.

The program begins at 10 a.m. and lasts until 2 p.m. The public is invited to attend.


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