CASTLE - Becoming Brown County: The Land and its People - Brown County Museum Tour (part 1 of 3)
Name: CASTLE - Becoming Brown County: The Land and its People - Brown County Museum Tour (part 1 of 3)
Date: September 23, 2021
Time: 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM CDT
Trip Builder: View Trip
The second of ten courses in the 2021 Fall Term of CASTLE Lifelong Learning, a program of the CAST Senior Center. This exhibit tells the story of the early history and formation of Brown County during the periods of prehistory, early human habitation, and European settlement. Specific topics include the geographical formation of the county and how it has affected human settlement, Native American cultures before and after European contact, the fur trade, settlement by Europeans, formation of Brown County, early towns, early industries and businesses, ethnicity and culture of inhabitants, and significant events. Enrollment in the CASTLE Lifelong Learning program is $100 for one year, which covers a minimum of 18 different courses over Fall, Winter and Spring Terms. Courses include art, entertainment, health/wellness, history, literature, local interests, music, science, and more. Attendance of all courses is not required. For more information, contact the CAST Senior Center.