Sunday, June 26, 2016 Mills CountyMuseum 1:30 pm – 2:30 pmVictorian Romance Language including "Lnaguage of the Fan," by Leigh Jean Koinzan
Leigh Jean Koinzan will entertain you with the delicatenature of flirtation between the Victorian ladies and Victorian gentlemen.Leigh Jean describes herself as a woman born in the wrongcentury. Although she is a thoroughlymodern woman she has a deep passion and love for everything Victorian.
Sunday,July 17, 2016 Mills County Museum 1:30 pm – 2:30 pmHistoryof Tabor, Iowa and Tabor College
Harry Wilkins of rural Tabor will be presenting ahistory of Tabor, Iowa and Tabor college.
Sunday,August 28, 20016 Mills County Museum 1:30 pm – 2:30 pmHomeBrewing of Beer by Ancestors JohnBueltel
John Bueltel will discuss the art of beer brewing byour pioneer ancestors. John Bueltel is part owner and head brewer at KegCreek Brewing Company in Glenwood, Ia where he lives with his wife Karen. Johnwas a middle school art teacher in Glenwood for 33 years and retired in 2008 topursue other adventures. His interests in the fermentation craft came early ashe started fermenting wine as a teenage when he was introduced to it by anuncle. In 2006 John started brewing beerin his home with a neighbor friend and the fuse was lite. Along with localfriends this hobby became very serious as they started entering home brewingcontests and winning awards for their beers. In 2010 with the encouragement ofVine Street Cellars a Glenwood winery he and 3 other local brewers began workon what is now Keg Creek Brewing Company.
Sunday,September 18, 2016 Mills County Museum 1:30 pm – 2:30 pmGrandmaand Great Grandma canning and preserving food.
Stephen Hunt and John Yates will be telling theirfamily canning stories.
Sunday,November 13, 2016 Mills County Museum 1:30 pm – 2:30 pmThanksgivingat the General Dodge HouseDanetteHein-Snider
Danette Hein-Snider portrays the wife of GeneralDodge; Ruth Anne Dodge.Ruth Anne Dodge was proudof the fact she was a direct descendant of Governor Bradford of theMayflower. She was a brave woman following her husband, General G. M.Dodge from camp to camp during the Civil War, sometimes crossing enemy lines.She liked travel, music, and supported the library. As a matter of fact it wasthrough her efforts that Council Bluffs became home of the first freepublic library in the entire state of Iowa.