Stories from Seward’s History: Two Neighborhood Talks in April

Photo at top: Governor Freeman and family at the Governor’s “mansion” at 2316 Seabury Avenue in 1955.

On April 20 & 27 at 7 pm join us at Matthews Center for talks that will feature historical photos and maps in a 50-minute show with discussion afterwards. Dr. Rick Musser has curated colorful stories from materials collected by the Seward History Committee of the Seward Neighborhood Group over the past 40 years.

Tickets are $12 per session or two for $20. Tickets available at the door or contact Kerry Cashman, Seward Neighborhood Group, Phone 612-338-6205 or email Kerry@sng.org, or phone Dick Westby at 612-722-2853.

Thursday April 20, 2017, 7 p.m.
Republicans, Reds, Radicals and Reformers: A Brief History of Seward’s Politicians

Thursday April 27, 2017, 7 p.m.
Railways, Riots and Roustabouts: Seward’s Industrial Past

See flyer for more information here.

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