The Angel Museum to host “Ancient Cherokee History Luncheon”
This event will examine the historical connection between the Cherokee and white people who immigrated here over 5,000 years ago. Beloit’s own Lloyd Hornbostel, local underwater explorer, helped find proof of interaction between the two cultures.
His early 1990’s exploration adventures are reviewed in the publication titled “The Lost Pyramids of Rock Lake.” Our very own Bev Melton will be the speaker. She has been involved in the Angel Museum for many years and created this program for the SLU (Society for Learning Unlimited). She has also presented this to many other organizations in the area. The event will be held on:
Saturday, June 9th Please reserve your space by June 2nd! Angel Museum viewing from 11:00 am -12:00 pm Lunch served at 12:00 pm
The luncheon will feature Native American cuisine like:
- Poke Salad
- Buffalo Roast
- Indian Fry Bread
- Corn Dressing
- Raspberry Cobbler.
Cost is $25 per person, space is limited so RSVP’s are necessary. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 608.362.9099 to reserve your spot.