The Fife Lake Area Historical Society and the Fife Lake Library will once again present three free programs this summer at the Fife Lake Library at 7:00 pm.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 18: The Birth, Rise, and Decline of Walton Junction Join author Randy D Pearson as he discusses how Walton Junction sprung to life as a train junction in 1880 and was essentially gone by the 1920’s, but still earned the moniker of Hell during those tumultuous years. Pearson will also do a reading from his latest novel, Trac Brothers, a fictional story about two brothers who use a 19th century handcar on modern day train tracks in the Fife Lake/Walton Junction areas. (Annual Meeting precedes program.)
As a point of information, The FIFE LAKE HISTORICAL MUSEUM, SCHOOLHOUSE, AND FIRE BARN have new hours : Saturday & Sundays; Memorial Day – Labor Day & July 4th, 1:00-4:00pm
(FREE) BOARD MEETINGS ARE OPEN TO PUBLIC Schoolhouse: 3rd Monday (May – Sept), 7:00 pm.
If you have any questions or need further information regarding these programs or the Historical Society please contact Noreen Broering, Program Chairman at 231-879-3940.