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Storytelling series returns in February

11:42 AM, Jan. 17, 2013  |  Comments

The Kewaunee County Historical Society plans to again present its winter storytelling series. The History Center, 219 Steel St., Algoma, will be open every Saturday in February.

Starting at 1 p.m. each week, the talks will range from car ferries to German ancestry. Refreshments will follow each presentation. Here is the schedule:

? Feb. 2: John Griffith presents the history of ships on the Great Lakes including car ferries.

? Feb. 9: Tom Schuller presents the whys and wherefores of Kewaunee County's winding roads.

? Feb. 16: Gerald Bertrand presents gun collecting for hobby and sport.

? Feb. 23: Jerry Abitz presents our German ancestry and ancestors.

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